Domestic violence screening and prevention

Sexual assault and criminal justice nexus

Law enforcement health and wellness

School climate and safety

Julia Brinton is a research public health analyst in RTI’s Applied Justice Research Division. Ms. Brinton specializes in technical assistance, data collection, evaluation, and management of complex projects in the areas of domestic violence, sexual assault, school-based research, and officer health and wellness. She combines expertise in project management, communications, analysis, and reporting and is proficient in both quantitative and qualitative analyses.

Ms. Brinton joined RTI in 2014 as a public health analyst. Before joining RTI, she was involved in projects related to work-life balance, post-traumatic stress disorder resiliency, and parent-child emotionalization at Wake Forest University and North Carolina State University.