Sarah Rowse joined NPC Research in May of 2022 as a Researcher and Data Analyst. With a background in civil legal aid, specifically eviction defense advocacy, Ms. Rowse works on several Civil Legal Counsel evaluation projects at NPC. Her extensive qualitative analysis experience stems from database management, including building, updating, and maintaining client data across various platforms. Additional skills include identifying data sources, gathering and entering data, conducting thorough interviews, and summarizing findings. Ms. Rowse’s case management and qualitative analysis skills contribute to NPC’s diverse work in court-based social services programs.
Sarah Rowse also evaluates treatment courts, including the Juvenile Drug Court Expansion Program in Colombia. Using her Spanish language fluency, Ms. Rowse communicates with key project stakeholders, reviews program surveys and reports, as well as translates and interprets complex court data. Additionally, Ms. Rowse uses various types of research techniques and methods to clean, manipulate, and analyze nationwide data.
She has also completed coursework in geographical statistics (GIS), where she honed her skills for performing quantitative geographical analysis for GIS interpretation. While completing projects and statistical analysis from census data, Ms. Rowse developed the skills to produce precise data visualization deliverables. Her emerging experience in data processing also contributes to NPC’s quantitative analysis strategies using SPSS.
Ms. Rowse earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Geography from the University of Denver.