Kristen Duhamel began her tenure at Providence College 2002 as a graduate assistant athletic trainer and was elevated to full-time status and named assistant athletic trainer in 2004.
Having initially worked with the field hockey and women's ice hockey programs, in 2006, Duhamel assumed responsibility for the cross country/track and women's basketball teams.
A native of Woonsocket, R.I., Duhamel graduated from Northeastern University in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training. She worked as a student athletic trainer at various schools including MIT, Harvard, Northeastern, Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School. Duhamel also was employed part-time as an athletic trainer at Northeastern from 2001-2002 and worked with the women's volleyball team.
Duhamel obtained her Certified Strength and Conditioning Certification in July 2002 and completed her work toward a master's of education in guidance and counselor education at Providence College in May of 2004. Formerly, Kristen Camara, she was married to her husband, Ed, in 2004. The couple currently resides in Cumberland, R.I.