Courtney Whitelocke, Project Manager, New York City Department of Transportation’s Art Program
Since 2012, Courtney Whitelocke has been the Project Manager for the New York City Department of Transportation’s Art Program and has assisted with Summer Streets, an annual celebration of NYC’s streets. In addition, she aids with representing DOT on Percent for Art projects working closely with the Department of Cultural Affairs. Prior to DOT, Courtney worked at the Westover School as an assistant archivist within the Alumnae Office, Louise Blouin Media and Gina Gallery. A former collegiate squash player and team captain, Courtney continues to compete in a Women’s Squash League. She also serves as a student-athlete mentor for the City Squash Program. Courtney was awarded a Masters of Letters from Christie’s Education/University of Glasgow in London and a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and French from Franklin & Marshall College in 2010.
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