Public Health Analyst
- BA, Anthropology, BA, Psychology, Washington University in St. Louis
Rose Werth performs research analysis for the Policing Research Program of our Center for Justice, Safety, and Resilience. She works on grants, evaluations, and training and technical assistance projects. Her work involves local criminal justice and service systems, homelessness, and sexual assault reform. During her career, Ms. Werth has gained experience as a research assistant and program specialist working with high-risk rural youth. Additionally, she has skills and capabilities in qualitative research, data collection and management, manuscript and report writing, dissemination and outreach, and project coordination.
Ms. Werth’s primary responsibilities include assisting with field data collection, interviewing, site visits, survey development, and institutional review submissions; conducting literature reviews; writing briefs and reports; managing timelines and deliverables; and facilitating training. Ms. Werth is a member of RTI’s Global Gender Center, a cross-institute center that comprises more than 250 staff members across RTI’s many practice areas. She is interested in collaboration opportunities related to gender, sexual violence, and criminal justice.
Ms. Werth’s experience working on gender projects includes the Sexual Assault Kit Initiative, a national program that aims to create coordinated community responses to sexual assault and test unsubmitted rape kits.