In her role, Rogers is responsible for expanding the company’s services to hundreds of existing clients, building new client relationships and educating business owners large and small on the power of voice technology – including promoting Nashville Voice Conference, aimed at introducing businesses to the increased efficiency, effectiveness and relevance of integrating voice-based applications like Alexa Skills and Google Actions into their digital presence.
“Courtenay is a transformative brand strategist and innovative thought leader who has created measurable value for organizations her entire career,” said Paul Hickey, CEO of Data Driven Design. “Additionally, she is uniquely qualified as an experienced marketer with a proven track record of unlocking insights that connect the dots to create authentic consumer brand experiences. We’re excited about the potential Courtenay brings to Data Driven Design and how it will translate to the company’s continued growth and success.”
Rogers is a technology and marketing executive with more than a decade of experience leading brand-building efforts for organizations across multiple industries. Most recently she served as the director of Pathway Women’s Business Center, a program powered by the Small Business Administration (SBA) that provides training, mentoring, and business development opportunities for entrepreneurs at all stages of business. Prior to that, she was director of business development and client experience at Cabedge Design as well as marketing coordinator for Bone McAllester Norton PLLC. Rogers later served numerous clients in the healthcare, transportation, retail and non-profit space as a marketing consultant.
Rogers is a U.S. Navy veteran, having served as an officer aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Grace Hopper after earning degrees in Naval Science and French from the University of Mississippi. She has played an active role in the marketing industry and her community throughout her career, serving as past president of the Nashville chapter of the American Marketing Association as well as running an inspiring campaign for the Tennessee State Legislature in 2016. Her campaign bid serves as the foundation for her ongoing commitment in motivating and recruiting women to run for public office.