Brittany Stout is the Research Coordinator for Maple Tree Cancer Alliance. She has been with the organization for about 3 years, focusing her first year on exercise training and transitioning to more research-based projects recently. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at the University of Toledo, graduating in 2013. From there, she went on to study at the University of Dayton, achieving her master’s degree in Exercise Science as well. While at the University of Dayton, she collaborated with Maple Tree Cancer Alliance to complete her thesis on the feasibility of online exercise and nutrition programs for child cancer survivors. She hopes to continue her work with cancer survivors, publishing research and furthering knowledge in the field.