Brummell came to Georgetown after nearly 20 years at the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore. In her final six years, she served as an associate director of athletics and the senior woman administrator for the university.
Brummell worked as an accountant at UMES and was the associate athletic director for budgeting and fiscal operations during her time there. While serving as the program's senior woman administrator, she helped shape UMES' gender-equity plans and has been an advocate for women's athletics. Brummell was also the bowling coach at UMES for 14 years and is recognized as one the most successful coaches in the sport winning three NCAA national championships and one USBC national championship. She is the only coach to have won both championships in the same year.
Brummell was instrumental in the Salisbury, Md., community, spearheading UMES' participation in Relay for Life, breast cancer awareness events and even taking her team to local shelters advocating against domestic violence.
Brummell is an active member of CABMA, NACWAA, NACDA, and MOAA. She is currently serving on the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee and is a graduate of the 2013 NCAA Pathways Program, an initiative that serves to assist minority and/or women administrators to prepare through education, training and mentorship to become athletic directors.
Brummell earned her bachelor's of science degree in business administration/finance from Salisbury State University. She and her husband Robert, reside in Salisbury, Md.