Jenna Courtney | Executive Director

Jenna Courtney comes to TXPOST with more than a decade of experience in and around the Texas Legislature, spending time in the Texas Senate and the private sector. Prior to joining TXPOST, Jenna worked for a boutique public affairs firm in Austin, Imperium Public Affairs (IPA), where she provided turnkey services to the firm’s diverse clientele. She has extensive experience developing and managing complex and multi-faceted issue management campaigns that bridge media, government, and public relations to provide unified and targeted messages tailored to achieve client goals and objectives.

She oversaw the drafting and implementation of advocacy strategy around a suite of individualized public policy solutions in a number of sectors, including public education, municipal governance, health care, transportation, energy, and the environment. Jenna’s advocacy and strategic guidance was instrumental in passing revolutionary legislation that enables the first-ever widespread analysis of after school programs—legislation that is becoming a model for after school education across the nation. She maintained broad editorial discretion over client-facing publications, collateral advocacy materials, and the firm’s publicly distributed newsletter.

Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Jenna graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Government. She and her husband Scott—along with their two dogs—continue to make Austin their home. Outside of the office, she is an avid runner, a lifetime member of Texas Exes, and an active member of the Junior League of Austin, where she has taken on a number of leadership roles to engage the central Texas community.

Lindsay Macik | Director of Outreach and Engagement

Lindsay brings extensive communications experience and a deep commitment to social impact to the TXPOST team. Through her previous work at Matterlab, an equity impact agency in Austin, she led engagement strategies and innovative marketing solutions for a number of nonprofit organizations working to advance equitable opportunities for youth. Lindsay spent many years working in film publicity before transitioning into social impact and also brings that unique public relations background to her work. Throughout her youth, Lindsay loved participating in extracurricular performing arts programs; she recognizes that the social-emotional skills she developed through marching band, theatre, choir, and more were critical throughout college and in building a successful career. As a longtime advocate for out of school time, Lindsay is eager to meet, engage, and collaborate with partners across the state as she drives communications, resources, trainings, and other exciting new initiatives to support the field.

Lindsay achieved her undergraduate degree in music business from New York University. She enjoys hiking in and around Austin, Texas Hill Country wine, and singing with the SoCo Women’s Chorus.