Rosie Rohrs is a senior data technician at the Center for Child and Family Policy. She is currently working on the projects Randomized Control Trial to Examine the Effects of Family Centered Treatment on Well-Being Outcomes and Public Dollar Costs, and Identifying Opportunities to Prevent Child Maltreatment in the Health and Social Services Systems. She also worked on the Book Babies Randomized-Control Trial.
Previously, Rohrs was a research assistant at TeleSage Inc. where she investigated web-based solutions for behavioral health tracking. Additionally, she served as a research assistant for the UNC Girl's Health Study, Teen Transition Project, and Project ACHIEVE.
- B.A., Psychology and Political Science, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill