Courtney Taylor, CCWS

What's a notable, work-related achievement you're proud to share?
While coaching I met with an individual who expressed she wanted to lose weight although she was not sure how or where to start. We took things slow and after one year she lost 85 lbs. As a result of her healthy lifestyle changes as well as weight loss she was no longer considered at risk for developing T2 diabetes, decreased her blood pressure to a healthy range, eliminated medications and cancelled her knee replacement surgery. Assisting her with this complete life transformation is something I will never forget!
What's an album you could play on repeat and never get tired of hearing?
It would be a toss up between Tom Petty or Jimmy Buffett - both artists are easy to listen to and instantly put me in a good mood!
What's your favorite meal?
Seared scallops with risotto and tiramisu for dessert washed down with a French '75.

“I have a strong passion for encouraging individuals to improve their health and wellbeing through the process of lifestyle change. Seeing clients achieve weight loss goals, discontinuing medications, avoiding joint surgery, and gaining more energy is an indescribable feeling. I truly enjoy helping people become a better version of themselves.”

Education & Experience

Courtney began her career at LHD as a Wellness Coordinator and Health Coach where she helps set/achieve goals and provide valuable health/wellness advice to employees.


Courtney then joined QuadMed Employer Onsite Health and Wellness Centers as a Corporate Wellness Coach.


Later that year Courtney became a Chronic Care Management Educator for Advantage Health Solutions.


Courtney began her career at Rural Health Innovation Collaborative as a Special Project Associate and a Clinical Simulation Staff Member.


Courtney attending Indiana State University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Health Administration and Public Health.