Stakeholder Engagement Specialist, Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations, U.S. Department of Energy
About Courtney Haynes
Courtney Haynes has been working to elevate economic opportunity and prosperity over the last 18 years, covering large-scale policy initiatives to direct service. She has worked on coalition development and policy formulation across corporate favoritism, housing, and more deeply in healthcare, education and workforce, while continuously returning to community-based organizations to understand social determinant complexities and opportunity. More recently, Courtney was the Coal Communities Lead with the Economic Development Administration at the U.S. Department of Commerce helping to build the programming, capacity, and funding opportunities under the American Rescue Plan for Coal Communities across the country. Courtney now joins the Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations with the U.S. Department of Energy to work directly with communities for the Clean Energy on Mine Lands and Energy Improvements in Rural and Remote provisions working to bring stakeholders together locally to ensure long-term, regional economic development.