Author: Courtney Randolph

Courtney Wise Randolph is a storyteller and Detroiter. She has started a career in writing and audio production after years in the nonprofit sector as a programs and development manager at organizations including the Heidelberg Project, Forgotten Harvest, and 826michigan.

Courtney was an inaugural WDET Storymakers Fellow and is an alumna of the New Voices Fellowship with the Association of Independents in Radio. In addition to her work as a writer and audio producer, Courtney is a licensed realtor and the owner/operator of Keen Composition, a small business that specializes in writing and editing true stories about ordinary people and businesses that make an extraordinary impact.

Culture D-Tour: Cass Tech Senior Quintin Love Jr. Goes to the “Xtreme” for Detroit Youth with Mentoring Program

Courtney Wise Randolph writes about Detroit’s movers and shakers for Detour Detroit. Once a month, she stops by CultureShift to chat with a notable Detroiter. This month, she talks with Quinton Love Jr. Xtreme 365 isn’t just about teaching youth how to fight. It’s about identifying a path that helps navigate life and bonding through sport. That’s the vision entrepreneur..

Culture D-Tour: How Just A Bit Eclectic Accommodates the Dreams and Aspirations of Young People in Detroit

Courtney Wise Randolph writes about Detroit’s movers and shakers for Detour Detroit. Once a month, she stops by CultureShift to chat with a notable Detroiter. This month, she talks with Darlene Alston. The first signs that you’re in for something different when you walk into Just A Bit Eclectic are the old-school dial-tuned radio and rotary phone on display. There’s a..

In Love With You Is Where You’ll Find Me

WDET StoryMakers Fellow Courtney Wise Randolph shares the story of a small, socially distant wedding that took place in her uncle David’s backyard. Joe Parnell, Innovative Thought Media Since COVID-19 came to Detroit in March, 2020, we’ve solemnly acknowledged the existence of the pandemic in Detroit. It’s changed our lives. In my family, it’s even taken some..