Courtney Coffman is Manager of Lectures and Publications at Princeton University's School of Architecture. She has served as a content and copy editor for various architectural publications and monographs. Her own writings explore the visual culture of contemporary architecture.

Courtney holds a Master of Arts in Architecture from UCLA’s School for Architecture and Urban Design in the Critical Studies Program, a Master of Architectural Studies in Criticism from The Ohio State University’s Knowlton School of Architecture, and a Bachelor of Science in Design from OSU’s Department of Design.

Previously, she was the Program Coordinator for xLAB, a research think tank interested in the intersections of architecture and technology at UCLA’s School for Architecture and Urban Design, an instructor at Woodbury University’s School of Architecture. Courtney was also Press Coordinator at MAD Architects and Communications Director at Materials & Applications, a non-profit organization dedicated to building a public culture of experimental architecture in Los Angeles. Additionally, she was a co-organizer for On the Road Project LA, a yearlong public series of architecture and design pop-ups with emerging designers.