Arlene Fernandez holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Exercise and Wellness from Arizona State University, where she proudly earned her degree. She furthered her education by obtaining a Master of Arts degree in Health Psychology from Northern Arizona University. Arlene possesses over a decade of invaluable experience in the field of health research. Currently, she serves as a dedicated Project Manager of Research at the 24h Behaviors Laboratory. In this pivotal role, Arlene adeptly manages a portfolio of National Institutes of Health (NIH) R01 projects, contributing significantly to the advancement of scientific knowledge and healthcare solutions.