Dr. Courtney Mann is an Angel Investor. She co-founded and served as Board Member and Advisor at Seal Innovation. A graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, she is dual-boarded in both Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine and completed her training at University of Cincinnati Hospital and Cincinnati Children's Hospital. She received an undergraduate degree in chemistry from the University of South Carolina Honors College. Previously, Dr. Mann served seven years as the medical director of North Carolina's first and busiest pediatric emergency department. She now devotes her time to education serving as Clinical Associate Professor and Program Director of the University of North Carolina's Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship. She is responsible for overseeing the sub-specialty training of physicians seeking board-certification in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. She also serves as Assistant Medical Director of the high-fidelity simulation Center for Innovative Learning at WakeMed Health and Hospitals, which uses highly technical simulation to train physicians. Dr. Mann is also a devoted child safety advocate and has spent countless hours providing educational outreach to the community and serving on several advisory boards. She directs regional training courses for community physicians and parents alike. She has published frequently in parenting magazines and has become well known for her witty, engaging seminars conducted to educate parents about common pediatric emergencies.