Julia Brinton is a research analyst in RTI’s Youth, Violence Prevention and Community Justice Program, where she currently serves as a site liaison on the Sexual Assault Kit Initiative’s training and technical assistance team. She also serves as the data collection leader on domestic violence and school-based mental health research projects. In her roles, she focuses on technical assistance, implementation and evaluation, cognitive interviewing, data collection, survey development, qualitative analysis, and research design. Ms. Brinton is skilled in qualitative analysis using NVivo, and in survey programming in Voxco Acuity, Survey Gizmo, REDCap, and Qualtrics. Prior to joining RTI, she collaborated on parent-child socialization, post-traumatic stress disorder and resiliency, and work-life balance projects at North Carolina State University and Wake Forest University.
MA, Psychology, Wake Forest University
BA, Psychology, North Carolina State University