Kathryn J. Genthon is a Senior Court Research Associate in the Research Division of the National Center for State Courts. She received her B.A. in psychology from the College of William and Mary and her M.S. in criminal justice and her Ph.D. in public policy and administration from Virginia Commonwealth University. Since joining the National Center for State Courts in 2014, she has worked on or directed treatment court evaluations in several states, including statewide drug court and mental health court evaluations and the development of statewide treatment court performance measures. She is an advisor on the Court Statistics Project, after serving as a state liaison for a decade. She also conducts project work in the subject areas of racial justice, rural access to justice, domestic violence and protection orders, procedural fairness, and data standards.