Most recently, Albright served as New Media Director for Bentley for Governor. Her accomplishments for the campaign were singled out as "innovative" by several media outlets. Specifically, her "virtual yard sign" viral promotion played a pivotal role in Bentley's come-from-behind surge that clinched the party's nomination. She pioneered the use of location-based services to motivate and mobilize volunteers and publicize the candidate's public appearances.
After the primary, Albright opened Druid City Media, a political and corporate communications firm to help general election candidates make the best use of social media in their campaigns. She also founded TheSocialMediaCoach.net, a social media training service for small businesses and non-profits, and SocialCapitol.net, a network of socially conscious Capitol Hill operatives. Albright keeps up with emerging trends in social media and curates a database of essential resources.