Courtnee  Jackson has a distinct passion for community outreach and aiding in  enhancing the lives of young women.  Her zealous attitude and commitment  to the community led her to acquire a Masters in Social Work from  Valdosta State University. Currently, Courtnee works full-time as a  mental health therapist serving children, adolescents, and adults in the  Metro-Atlanta area. Prior to her therapeutic experience, Courtnee  actively participated in a number of volunteer programs such as Relay  for Life and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Her vast experience was  birthed during her tenure in college, as she co-founded a mentoring  program for underprivileged teen girls entitled Young Ladies Circle of  Ambition.

In  her free time, she is a dutiful wife and mother to two young sons and a  daughter, Isiah, Elgin, and Zoey. Her commitment to the community and  her family leads her to live a life of purpose and desire to impact the  young women she serves as a board member for Raising Beautiful  Butterflies.