Justine Allpress is a research geospatial scientist in RTI’s Geospatial Science and Technology Program and has extensive experience with projects in many disciplines across RTI. She provides hard copy and web-based mapping visualizations to communicate project findings accurately, and effectively. Ms. Allpress automates complex processes to deliver maps and graphics that are impactful and easily interpreted.
Much of Ms. Allpress' work relates to support and visualization of surveys, including map production for The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). Through her work with the development of RTI's grid-based sampling methodology, Geosampling, she has supported the implementation of surveys across the globe. Ms. Allpress further supports RTI's projects through the development of web-based applications that visualize project findings and perform data analysis for field teams.