Kristina Rosinsky works in the Child Welfare and Reproductive Health & Family Formation research areas at Child Trends. Her research interests include early childhood development, the prevention of unintended pregnancy, the prevention of abuse and neglect, interventions for maltreated children, and more. Before joining Child Trends, Kristina worked at the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University where she managed a project designed to translate research on what works in juvenile justice into practice. Kristina earned a Master’s of Public Policy from Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. Her master’s thesis was a quantitative analysis of the relationship between enrollment in publicly funded preschool and fourth-grade math test scores. Kristina previously graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland, College Park with a B.A. in Government and Politics. Her undergraduate thesis explored the impacts of U.S. family planning policy on international development.