Diane Robinson, Ph.D. is a Senior Court Research Associate at the National Center for State Courts. Previously, she served as the first Director of Research and Justice Statistics for the Arkansas court system and represented data specialists on the COSCA Court Statistics Committee. She also served Arkansas as the state Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program director and as the Court Improvement Project manager. Since joining the National Center for State Courts in 2019, she has worked with the Court Statistics Project; provided technical assistance in data governance; coordinated the Data Specialists Roundtable; managed the Guardianship Rapid Response project; and worked with the National Open Data Standards Project. Diane received her B.A. from Texas A&M University, her M.S. in Education from Indiana University, and her Ph.D. in Health Systems & Services Research from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.