Stephanie Antoinetti is a research and data associate with Data Analytics and Applied Research at the Center for Court Innovation. Her research is focused on pre-trial reform efforts, specifically the Supervised Release Program. She collaborates with the Center’s operations team at Bronx Community Solutions to manage the Bronx Supervised Release Program’s data collection and entry and performs ongoing analyses to inform programmatic operations. Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Quinnipiac University and a Master’s degree in Applied Quantitative Research from New York University. Her undergraduate research focused on developing a model to predict injuries in student athletes using data from Quinnipiac’s motion analysis lab. Her Master’s thesis investigated predictors of perception of socioeconomic status in the United States. Prior to joining the Center, she worked as a PPC analyst and report analyst at a secondary ticket company. In these roles she developed and managed recurring reports to help the company make data-driven decisions that increased customer reach and maximize sales.