Courtney Ramsey-Coleman MS, RDN, LDN is the Health Eating and Nutrition Security Coordinator for the Community and Clinical Connections for Prevention and Health Branch. Since becoming a Registered Dietitian, Courtney has devoted her career to public health and community nutrition. She served at the local level for over 4 years with the Wake County WIC program, focusing on maternal and pediatric nutrition, helping women, infants, and children to have greater access to healthy foods and nutrition education. She has also worked with the grant funded Center for Translational Health Equality Research studying health disparities among minorities, where she was able to delve into the community to serve and educate others about nutrition. Courtney truly has a servant’s heart, a passion for public health, and enjoys helping people understand and use nutrition to better their lives.
Courtney received her second undergrad and master’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences/Dietetics from North Carolina Central University. She also holds a BS in Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology from Appalachian State University.
Courtney has a strong creative and artistic side. In her spare time, she loves to garden, create art, and watch her son play baseball. She is a lifetime learner and enjoys taking classes and learning new skills. She and her husband love spending time with family and friends, cooking and trying new recipes, and traveling.