Exercise Physiologist
MS Clinical Exercise Physiology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte I BS Kinesiology, Campbell University

Stephanie is currently the Clinical Lead Exercise Physiologist and Lifestyle Counselor at the Duke Health & Fitness Center. She received her B.S. in Kinesiology at Campbell University and her M.S. in Clinical Exercise Physiology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (RCEP) through the American College of Sports Medicine, has her Group Exercise Certification through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America, and also has her Functional Movement Screen -Level 2 Certification. Prior to working at Duke, Stephanie most recently worked as a Neuro Fitness Specialist designing specialized programs for individuals with neurological disorders.  She has also worked with a variety of other populations including cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation and general wellness/fitness as a fitness instructor and a health coach.  At the Duke Health & Fitness Center, Stephanie leads the Diabetes and Exercise program, teaches group fitness classes, personal train’s clients with a variety of goals, and provides exercise consultations for patients at the Duke Cancer Center. Stephanie is passionate about helping individuals overcome obstacles, make healthy lifestyle changes and work toward their fitness and wellness goals. 


American College of Sports Medicine - Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist

AFAA - Group Exercise Certification

ASHI  - BCLS - CPR and First Aid Certification

Functional Movement Screen - Level 2 Certification

Special Interests

Neurological Disorders

Post Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehab

Cancer Survivors