Courtney Joslin leads R Street’s birth control disintermediation research and telehealth initiatives.
Most recently, Courtney was the policy analyst for the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University, where she focused on occupational licensing, prison reform and other state policy issues, working with legislators and scholars. Prior to this, she was an MA fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Courtney has written for a number of outlets, including Politico, The Huffington Post and Orange County Register, and regularly testifies before state legislative bodies. She also authored a chapter in the book, Knowledge and Incentives in Policy: Using Public Choice and Market Process Theory to Analyze Public Policy Issues (2018).
She earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting at the University of Tennessee and a master’s degree in economics at George Mason University.