Cutline Speaks: 7 Questions with…Courtney Richardson

We are thrilled to have Courtney on board! Joining us from San Diego, Courtney is our newest Cutliner who has made us feel like she's been here for years. Read on to learn a little more.

What will you do at Cutline?

As an account coordinator at Cutline, I’ll be utilizing my passion for consumer tech and pop culture to score big wins for our clients, while working in a strong and supportive team environment. I’m looking forward to bringing my client’s stories to life and learning A TON along the way!

What's your favorite PR experience so far?

It was so rewarding to see my first byline in print!

Who inspires you and why?

It probably sounds cliche, but I would say my parents inspire me the most, even more than Beyoncé tbh. They seem to think I can do absolutely anything, and even if I’m curled up in a ball of self-doubt, they manage to convince me that no achievement is beyond my reach. It’s like they’ve got access to some secret parental playbook.

If you could only eat one type of food for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Pizza. The end.

Which fictional character would you love to be best friends with and why?

Hermione Granger. She’s a strong and independent girl whose smarts and tenacity would help me get out of any bind! Also magic. I want some of that in my life.

If you could switch jobs with one person for a day, who would it be and why?

It would definitely be Meghan Markle. I have always been fascinated with the Royal Family and would love to learn more about their internal history and discover what the everyday life of a Duchess is like. I also really admire that she uses her platform to advocate for others, particularly for women's rights and mental health. I'd love to be involved on the philanthropic side and work on new projects and foundations with one of the most powerful families in the world.  I definitely wouldn’t mind being a Duchess for a day... and an incredible wardrobe would just be an added bonus. 🙂

What do you love to do when you're not working?

When I’m not at work, I try to spend time with my family and friends. I also try to get outdoors as much as possible. Whether it’s a hike, a trip to the bay or just a walk around the block, I’ve found that getting fresh air makes me so so happy.

Carrie Weiss
Published: Jul 24, 2018

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