Carrie Sullivan, M.A., is a Senior Research Associate in the Center for Criminal Justice Research and the Corrections Institute at the University of Cincinnati. She has 19 years of correctional experience and has been the project director for numerous large-scale research projects including a national evaluation of juvenile drug courts and a state-wide evaluation of the impact of earned-time credit prison programs. In addition to research, she specializes in correctional program evaluations to assist agencies in providing effective correctional interventions and assists agencies in implementing evidence-based practices. She also serves as a trainer for UCCI. Ms. Sullivan is certified to train correctional professionals in many areas, including but not limited to evidence-based practices, cognitive–behavioral interventions, core correctional practices, behavior management, the Evidence-Based Correctional Program Checklist (CPC), and Effective Practices in Community Supervision (EPICS).