Rose Domanico is a research survey scientist in the Children and Families Research Program and serves as an evaluation researcher and data collection task lead for the Evaluation of the National Resource Center for Research-Based Infant Toddler Court Programs (NRC-ITCP). She is also a study coordinator and data collection task lead for the Post Adaption and Guardianship Instability (PAGI) project and a project coordinator for the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS-5).
Ms. Domanico joined RTI in 2016. She has experience handling and managing multiple aspects of the data collection process, including managing field interviewers, monitoring the data collection progress, conducting telephone interviews with various stakeholders, and preparing reports on findings. She also has experience with projects that involve sensitive topics, including conducting interviews with parents and caregivers involved in the child welfare system and training interviewers on sensitivity and handling incoming telephone calls from respondents.