Chevy Brown graduated from the University of South Carolina (in Columbia, SC) with a B.S. degree in Exercise Science and Master’s Degree in Public Health, with an emphasis in Physical Activity in Public Health. Her career in clinical research began in 2007 as a research assistant at a stand-alone site in Greenville, SC. She had the opportunity to learn many roles while working in several departments there; this includes regulatory, data management, monitoring, budgets and contracts, laboratory, site management and staff training. In 2010, Chevy moved to Atlanta, GA to start, and subsequently manage, a total of 7 research sites. In 2019, Chevy became the Clinical Trials Manager for Irrimax Corporation, a small/medium-sized medical device company and was later promoted to Director of Clinical Trials. Chevy and her husband George currently reside in Duluth, GA with their 2 cats. In her spare time, Chevy enjoys teaching for Clinical Research Fastrack, reading fiction and history, watching The Golden Girls and practicing martial arts. She has a brown belt in American Kenpo Karate and is currently practicing Krav Maga.