Courtney Malburg has been with the Parkinson's Foundation since 2019. Courtney manages the Parkinson's Foundation Community Partners in Parkinson's Care program — a nationwide educational program that educates care communities and home care agencies on Parkinson's disease. In addition, she coordinates the Parkinson's Foundation Team Training, the Aware in Care Ambassador program and leads the Support Group Leader events within the Foundation.
Prior to her time in the Parkinson's world, Courtney worked in U.S. Senator Gillibrand's office. Courtney earned her Bachelor's of Social Work at Michigan State University and is currently pursuing a Public Administration and Public Policy advanced graduate certificate at the City University of New York.