Ms. Dutra has worked with CDDER since 2008 in project management, instructional design, and subject research. Courtney manages health and disability projects for public and private agencies in support of quality assurance outcomes. Courtney also creates and produces eLearning content, webinars, and computer-based trainings as well as face-to-face trainings on a variety of health, safety and risk management topics. Courtney has research expertise in falls prevention in people with intellectual disability and has coordinated state-wide initiatives to reduce the incidents of falls in this population. Ms. Dutra has also designed research tools and technical guides on this topic, as well as presented content to numerous groups. Courtney has extensive experience working with self-advocates and in supporting organizations to make websites and print materials accessible to this population. She has experience with Learning Management Systems (LMS),eLearning, webinar platforms, program evaluation, root cause analysis, organizational quality improvement, and research methodology. Ms. Dutra received a Master’s degree in Public Administration in International Management from the Monterey Institute of International Studies and a Bachelor’s of Social Work degree from Colorado State University. She earned her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification in 2017.