Courtenay Rogers is running for State Representative in District 63, Williamson County. She is a veteran, an entrepreneur, and a community advocate who co-founded and serves as COO of a social enterprise company called Girls to the Moon that focuses on empowering young girls to change the world. She strongly supports WTF goals such as health care access for all Tennesseans, pay equity, and quality public education.
Here is Courtenay in her own words:
As a single mother and Democrat in Williamson County, I see massive gaps in representation for anyone who isn’t conservative and Republican. I see people who speak English as a second language, families with diverse religious beliefs, and working citizens without health care who are not fairly represented. I plan to fight for fair representation for everyone in this district. My daughter is just beginning her public schooling in Williamson County and my parents will age and die here, so I am dedicated to improving the quality of life in this county.
Our elected officials need to be held accountable for their actions, or lack thereof, at the state level and we cannot have one more legislative session like this year where our public schools were opened up to privatization and the conversation about access to health care was non-existent. I firmly believe in equal pay for equal work, and I support a woman’s right to make medical decisions about her own body. We need more women in office who will fight for these basic rights and change the conversation.
District 63 deserves a leader who will work to make Williamson County a better place for ALL of its citizens, and Courtenay Rogers is that leader.
Learn more at www.courtenayrogers.com