Erica Courtney is a former military police, part of the first group of women scout helicopter pilots in a combat arms role and paratrooper in the U.S. Army having served in senior logistical, contracting and budget management staff positions in charge of $750M in equipment, 200 million-dollar budgets and 2,500 people in the most deployable units in peacetime and in war. She has also worked as a corporate executive and founded a company focused on government business development. Erica is now the CEO of 2020vet specializing in two arms: supply chain/logistics optimization and forensic engineering services which includes drone as a service for delivery and data capture.
She is continuing to serve the nation as a Major in the U.S. Army Reserves, is on the Leadership Advisory Council for Women Impacting Public Policy and President Emeritus for the Disabled Veterans Business Alliance. Erica has received numerous awards to include being named as a woman with the leadership background and ability to change the world by Oprah and the White House Project, 40 under 40 doing good things in business and the community by the Jacksonville, FL Business Journal, a 2015 Woman of Influence by the Silicon Valley Business Journal, 2016 National SROTC Cadet Instructor of the Year and a 2016 nominated change maker by the White House Summit on the United State of Women. Erica has a B.S. in Communications from the University of Hawaii, an Executive MBA from Florida International University and EMBA program certificates in India and China.