Courtney Branson

Courtney brings her creativity to everything she does and Square Root is no exception. She handles a little bit of everything but is especially good at employee relations and HR. Mom to a little girl, Courtney’s compassion and patience keep our team grounded and thriving. Prior to joining Square Root, she spent years in HR for large companies, focusing on culture and employee morale. She knows just what it takes to pull the best out of people and has a knack for inspiring and connecting the right folks. Courtney has a degree in English with minors in philosophy and history from Texas A&M University. When she’s not busy building our award-winning culture, you’ll find Courtney reading, blogging, hula hooping, or spending time with her husband, daughter, two dogs, and cat.


Recent Grad? Come on over to Square Root!

It’s graduation season, which means a bunch of newbies just entered the job market and is here to snatch them up! Here’s why recent grads should come join our team. We’ve got talent yes we do! We’ve got a super talented team and they aren’t afraid to share their...

The Scoop on the Great Place to Work Conference

In late April I attended the Great Place to Work conference in Dallas, Texas (also known as my hometown). It was two days of stellar keynotes, insightful breakout sessions, + tons of snacks. My Tweetable Aha Culture is more than a free t-shirt! Perks don’t keep...
What’s a Culture Interview and How Do I Pass?

What’s a Culture Interview and How Do I Pass?

Interviewing at can be tough! When you interview with us, we look for someone who is not only the best fit for the role, but also a great fit for our culture. It’s an in depth process that we’ve broken up into four rounds: Round One is a phone screen, Round Two...
The ATX

The ATX

If you aren’t already living in The ATX – then you are missing out. Like most I’m not originally from Austin, but I moved here last November – two weeks after my first visit. I’m sure you’ve heard a lot of this gushing about Austin before, but what’s the harm in...