Courtney McKeon joined the END Fund in March 2017. As an Associate, Executive Office, she plays an integral role in the day to day support of the CEO.
Before joining the END Fund, Courtney worked with a local nonprofit, Partners in Caring based in Durham, NC that provided marginalized populations with HIV and Hepatitis C testing. With this organization, she also led sex education seminars to at-risk-youth in the Durham area. Previously, Courtney worked in a health clinic with Manna Project in Ecuador, where she provided the community with nutrition and exercise courses to mitigate the prevalence of diabetes in the area. In Honduras, she worked with a group called Global Health Brigades, where she contributed to the day-to-day operations of a pop-up health clinic that served an impoverished community, that otherwise had no access to healthcare.
Courtney received her B.A. in Public Policy and Global Health with a minor in Sociology from Duke University. Her primary focuses were health policy, emerging infectious disease, and social inequality. During her time at Duke, she was a member of the Division One Track and Field Team. Courtney lives in Durham, North Carolina with her husband Will and dog Nahla, who join her in cheering on their favorite sports teams.