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Rose Domanico

Rose Domanico

Research Survey Scientist


MA, Sociology and Criminology, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington
BA, Political Science, Appalachian State University


Rose Domanico is a research survey scientist in the Child, Youth, and Family Well-Being Research Program within the Behavioral Health Center of the Data Practice Area. Ms. Domanico serves as the Project Coordinator and Telephone Interviewer Lead for the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, a CDC-funded study that provides regularly updated, accurate, reliable, and representative data on the prevalence of intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and stalking. She also works in other roles including as an evaluation researcher and a data collection task lead. 

Ms. Domanico has been with RTI since 2016 and has experience handling and managing multiple aspects of the data collection process, including managing field interviewers, monitoring data collection progress, conducting telephone interviews with various stakeholders, and preparing reports on findings. Ms. Domanico also has experience with projects that involve sensitive topics, including training interviewers on sensitivity and handling incoming telephone calls from respondents.

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