Courtney Stamm brings more than 15 years experience in nonprofit fundraising, communications and program management to her role with Development Resources, Inc.
After beginning her career in the newsroom at Nightline with Ted Koppel, Courtney transitioned into non-profit work as the Director of Special Projects for the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights (now Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights). Courtney subsequently took a position at Food & Friends, a national leader in the provision of nutrition services for the critically ill, where she was responsible for raising nearly $2 million annually. Courtney also served as Director of Development and Communications for the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation and Director of Development for Refugees International before establishing Schroeder Kennedy Consulting, a nonprofit fundraising and management firm, in 2012.
A native Midwesterner, Courtney has a BA in History from the University of Michigan and currently lives in Washington, D.C.