Research and Data Associate
Madison Volpe is a research and data associate with Data Analytics and Applied Research at the Center for Court Innovation. In particular, she conducts research and data analysis for the supervised release program on Staten Island. Before joining the Center, she was a Data Analyst at the New York City Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) where she evaluated the agency’s programs, such as the Center for Conflict Resolution, as well as OATH’s Help Center. In particular, she developed analytical dashboards and created efficient data analysis workflows. Prior to OATH, she was a quantitative researcher at the Brennan Center for Justice in which she conducted research on the fiscal impacts of legal fines and fees. Madison received her Master’s degree in Applied Statistics from New York University with a specialization in Data Science for Social Impact.