Robyn Dumont is a research analyst at the Muskie School of Public Service. In that capacity, she works across several program areas. As a member of the Cutler Institute’s Justice Policy Program, Ms. Dumont works on topic areas related to juvenile justice, including recidivism, disproportionate contact for youth of color, and alternatives to juvenile detention. As a member of the Statistical Analysis Center, Ms. Dumont has worked on a number of projects related to public safety. Her work on these projects often involves survey design, analysis, and report writing. Ms. Dumont also performs crash fatality analysis for the Bureau of Highway Safety and has worked on data audits for the Department of Public Safety’s Emergency Medical Services.
Her primary interest on all projects is quantitative analysis; she enjoys the challenge of finding meaning in numbers and conveying that meaning to an audience that does not generally think quantitatively.
- Bachelor of Arts in Social & Behavioral Sciences from LAC-USM
- Master in Policy, Planning, and Management from Muskie School of Public Service
- Certificate in Advanced Research & Evaluation Methods, Muskie School of Public Service