Project Coordinator at North Country Listens
Courtney Wrigley is the Project Coordinator for North Country Listens, a civic engagement initiative in greater Coos County, and partnered with NH Listens at the Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH. She has been in her current role since 2014 after working for several years in town and regional planning in New Hampshire. With North Country Listens, Courtney designs and facilitates responsive community conversations to address local needs, as well as other civic engagement projects in partnership with community organizations and residents. She is interested in supporting local NH communities achieve their vision as a great place to live, work, and play for all residents. Courtney participated in Leadership North Country class of 2015. A transplant to New Hampshire, Courtney received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Clark University in Worcester with a MA in Community Development and Planning. After a couple of years living and working in the Boston area, Courtney and her now husband James made a move to live and work near the mountains. They currently live in North Conway with their toddler age daughter. Courtney enjoys exploring the northern region of NH, hiking and skiing in the White Mountains, and gardening.