Coley is a post-baccalaureate fellow in the Obesity and Diabetes Clinical Research Section of NIDDK Phoenix. She received her B.S. in Biochemistry from Arizona State University in 2017. During her undergraduate career she focused her extracurricular studies in global health, with a concentration in health disparities and socioeconomic determinants. During her time at NIDDK Phoenix she has continued to expand on her interests working closely with Dr. Gluck and Dr. Cabeza de Baca on research related to psychosocial, cognitive, and behavioral determinants related to eating behaviors and energy intake/expenditure. As a member of the Diné (Navajo) community, she enjoys sharing and educating others about the history and culture. She is especially passionate about working with underserved and vulnerable populations and has collaborated with colleagues via articles and presentations on how to ethically engage in research with Indigenous communities. In her spare time, she loves to hike and spend time with her cat, Oliver. After her fellowship Coley plans to attend medical school and hopes to combine her interests in community, research, medicine, and public health.