Courtney Boulton

Prioritizing Caregiving in Company Culture
Veer, CEO and Founder

Session: Prioritizing Caregiving in Company Culture

Boulo founder Delphine Carter and Veer founder Dr. Courtney Bolton work with mothers trying to meet familial commitments while maintaining their professional selves. She will discuss the strain of work/life integration and what alternatives may be available. This session is a call to action for women to insist upon stronger caregiving cultures at work. Delphine and Courtney explore how a caregiving culture impacts women, how you can influence your organization’s culture through every day behaviors, and how to identify hidden bias.

About Courtney:

Courtney Carlisle Bolton Ph.D. is a clinical and educational psychologist and the founder of Veer Clinic, which supports working parents manage parental and pediatric mental health. The Veer care team guides parents in early identification of pediatric and adolescent behavioral health concerns, navigating the care systems to find the right resources, and provides brief solution-focused intervention services. Dr. Bolton earned her BA from Vanderbilt University and completed her doctorate in counseling, clinical, and school psychology from the University of California – Santa Barbara. She trained at the University of Colorado School of Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Colorado and served as a postdoctoral fellow and clinical instructor at UCLA in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences where she conducted research, mentored graduate students, and led pediatric intervention and parent coaching groups.

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