Carrie Albright has worked for almost 20 years in higher education. With an educational background in exercise physiology and statistics, she has a strong interest in human physiology research. In the past, she has worked at various R2 level institutions where her research has focused on the biochemistry and pathophysiology of disease, more specifically on how exercise can prevent or treat cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. Over time she developed a strong interest in teaching and made her way to smaller institutions where she could focus more on the classroom and student needs. Carrie was hired by Chestnut Hill College in 2016 to build and launch the exercise science and health sciences programs. In addition to her time in research and higher education, Carrie has also worked at a variety of wellness centers and hospitals on the east coast. She is also a reviewer for two international journals, Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise and the Journal of Visual Impaired and Blindness, as well as being a regular reviewer for exercise science textbook publications.