Coach Brambley graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2000 with a Bachelors degree in Exercise and Movement Science and went on to earn a Masters degree in Sports Administration and Recreation from Temple University in 2002. While completing her Masters degree, Coach Brambley worked as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Temple Football team and Olympic Varsity sports teams. After graduation, Coach Brambley worked as a strength and conditioning coach for a private athletic performance center, before being hired by Princeton University in Fall 2002. She has since been promoted to the title of Assistant-Director in November 2009. Coach Brambley has participated in competitive rugby for 14 years. She was selected for the USA Rugby National Under-23 team in 1998 and various other regional teams throughout her rugby career. She played for nationally ranked Keystone Rugby Club out of the Philadelphia area for 10 years. Currently (2010-present) Coach Brambley participates in competitive Olympic Weightlifting, where she recently earned the 2013 Masters Championship Title at 63kg and Best lifter in her age group 35-39.