Courtney Fletcher is a member of Spencer Stuart’s Financial Officer and Legal, Compliance & Government Affairs practices. With more than 15 years of professional services experience, Courtney works with public and private companies across sectors on the leadership needs within their finance, legal, compliance and regulatory functions. She is based out of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office.
Business, Finance and Legal Experience Across Industries
- Courtney has led CFO assignments for both public and privately held industry leaders in the professional and business services, financial services, consumer, technology, retail, industrial and other sectors. She also leads assignments for key direct reports to the CFO, including chief accounting officers, corporate controllers, treasurers, divisional finance leaders, and FP&A heads.
- She has led general counsel, chief compliance officer, and head of litigation searches for Fortune 500 and other publicly traded clients, with particular focus across the financial services, insurance, biopharma, and retail sectors.
- Before she joined Spencer Stuart, Courtney served in various commercial and general management roles, most recently as vice president at Axiom Global, a technology-enabled professional services company serving Fortune 1000 clients. She was a commercial and client service leader working across multiple industries, including consumer, technology, industrial, financial services, life sciences, and professional and business services.
- Previously, Courtney practiced as an attorney in both the corporate and real estate transactions area, at DLA Piper LLP and a regional real estate and business firm.
- Prior to earning her law degree, Courtney started her career at Deutsche Bank, where she was a financial analyst in investment banking.
Courtney received her law degree with honors from The George Washington University Law School, and her bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University, where she was a member of the varsity lacrosse team. She was an Academic All-American, Rookie of the Year in 1998, and competed in the NCAA Final Four Tournament in 1999.