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Christie Ray

Administrative Assistant III

16th Season

Degrees

  • Registered Dental Assistant
  • Licensed Real Estate Agent

Bio

Ms. Christie Ray with grandkids

Christie Ray joined the Tarleton Kinesiology Department in June 1998. As assistant to the department chair, Mrs. Ray is involved in class scheduling, department budgeting, and purchasing. A self-described 30-year transplant from California,she began her time in the Tarleton family working with Texan Football in 1993. She had always been interested in physical fitness and the chance to shift to the academic side of the university presented itself in 1998.

Mrs. Ray and her husband Fred have four children and four grandchildren. The two stay busy in their spare time attending school and athletic events for their grandchildren. Mrs. Ray also enjoys snow skiing, golfing, exercising, scrapbooking, gardening, baking and cooking delicious, healthily meals.

Quick Facts

Christie Ray

Christie Ray

ray@tarleton.edu

Favorite Fitness Routine

Group X at the Rec Center

Quotes to Live By

keep on dancin' when the music stops

- Little Big Town

Why is Kinesiology Important?

It's important for students to learn the importance and benefits of a healthy lifestyle, which include nutrition and exercise. We need to take care of our bodies, so we can be productive and enjoy life.