Carlie collaborates closely with other members of the BioInteractive team to oversee and optimize resource publication.
Before joining BioInteractive, Carlie was a high school science teacher specializing in biology and anatomy and physiology. During her tenure, she achieved her National Board Certification and served as a science teacher ambassador for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She earned her MS in cellular and molecular nutrition at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; her research focused on the molecular mechanism of Type 1 diabetes development. Throughout her career, Carlie has been actively involved in school equity work, and she is driven to engage students from marginalized populations in science.