Courtney Holgate-Champney joins the podcast and talks about finding her path later in life, falling into healthcare supply chain for nonprofit healthcare through temp work (and loving it at the time!), and ultimately making a career change into tech in her 30s after a period of feeling dissatisfied and “stuck.”
Courtney and I dig into:
Courtney currently works in technology sales and has been in this position for over two years after moving from healthcare supply chain at a local non-profit healthcare system. She loves learning and talking about supply chain and healthcare, however her passion is in empowering women in industries that are traditionally dominated by men. Her undergrad is in public health and she also has an MBA, both from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, where she currently resides with her husband and four year old.
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Extra resources mentioned in the interview: ubu pod interview with Erika Tebbens – stats about women, money, and giving back to the community
Courtney’s favorite book: Burnout: The secret to solving the stress cycle by Emily Nagoski and Amelia Nagoski
Stacie’s recommended book on therapy: Maybe You Should Talk To Someone by Lori Gottlieb