Ms. Wunderlich is Chief Administrative Assistant & Event Manager at William Hood & Company, a differentiated industry-focused investment banking firm covering the Consumer, Food and Retail sectors with a specialization in health and wellness. Courtney is responsible for all administrative functions, office management and the firm’s marketing initiatives.
Prior to William Hood & Company, Courtney spent almost three years at Houlihan Lokey as the Senior Executive Assistant covering the Consumer Food & Retail team in New York. She handled the teams daily administrative duties as well as assisting with multiple marketing initiatives including conferences, client functions and team events.
Prior to joining Houlihan Lokey, Courtney worked at Guthy|Renker, L’Oréal USA and the American Cancer Society. During her tenure at Guthy|Renker she was a Marketing Manager on their Retention team. She oversaw the successful transition of all of Guthy’s core brands (including Proactiv, WEN, Meaningful Beauty & Sheer Cover) to the Demandware platform and she was the Project Manager for the redesign and launch of the Guthy|Renker corporate website.
At L’Oréal, Courtney worked on the TV Retail business in the Luxury Products Division. She worked very closely with brands such as Yves Saint Laurent and Lancôme with all product preparation and logistics needed for their shows at QVC and HSN.
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