Courtney Collins joined Braille Works in 2015 and worked her way from Team Member to Subject Matter Expert. She’s now our Document Accessibility Project Manager and loves working here. Between providing independence for people with disabilities and planning team-building celebrations & events, Courtney embraces the “work hard, play hard” mentality.
Courtney is a domestic violence survivor and takes pride in being an advocate for the cause. She’s worked with abused and neglected children while also volunteering at domestic abuse shelters. Courtney brought her passion for helping survivors of domestic violence to Braille Works through planning “Back to School” drives and Domestic Violence Awareness Day events.
Courtney is the proud mom of her 21-year-old son, Isaiah. He is her whole world and she enjoys few things more than playing “2nd mom” to his tight-knit group of friends who are always at her house.
When she’s not giving her all to making the world a better place, you can find Courtney chasing Jon Bon Jovi around the country and taking in as many of their live shows as possible. She also loves eating New York-style pizza, watching sports with her son, traveling to a tropical paradise or BIG city, and critiquing contestants on The Voice and American Idol.