Megan Nyce (she/her) is a public health analyst in the Corrections and Reentry Research Program (CRRP) at RTI, where she provides coordination and technical support for evaluations of criminal justice projects through project management, interviewing, data collection, and analysis. She has served as a project manager on various projects funded by the National Institute of Justice and Bureau of Justice Statistics. Recently, Ms. Nyce has contributed to projects such as the evaluation of Project Safe Neighborhoods, an evaluation of a web-based reentry planning tool called Pokket, the development and design of an outcome satisfaction survey and platform for victim service providers called iMPRoVE, and data collection in the Federal Law Enforcement Agency Deaths in Custody Reporting Program (FDCRP). She is also a scholar in the pilot cohort of the Transformative Research Unit for Equity's (TRUE) Emerging Equity Scholar Program at RTI, leading a project focused on the value of community outreach, partnership and involvement in research.
Before joining RTI in 2021, Ms. Nyce served as a research scientist at the Institute for Social Research at the University of New Mexico, where she led and supported local government research on behavioral health programs and incarceration in the state of New Mexico.