Courtnye Jackson grew up in Chicago, Illinois prior to attending Tuskegee University where she received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship at MIT’s department of comparative medicine and was the first African American woman to do so. She practiced clinical medicine before pursuing her passion for educating others as she received a Masters in Education in 2017. Currently, she is a STEM Educator specializing in biology and life science. Her passion for educating others extends beyond the classroom as she understands the great need for personal educative advancement.
Her love of writing about relationships and strengthening the family unit, specifically in African-American homes has led her to organize the Christian Wives Conference. The conference is geared toward Christian women in all seasons of life including single and engaged. The women will have the opportunity to engage in discussions and learn about building strong, healthy marriages. The conference focuses on relationship education and participants can expect to participate in sessions that develop healthy communication, give coping strategies, vision board creation & much more.