Julianne Norman holds a Masters Degree in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh. She currently serves on the Teaching and Learning Team in Research Triangle Institute’s (RTI International) International Education Division. Julianne provides operational and technical support to projects. Under USAID’s Literacy Achievement and Retention Activity (LARA) in Uganda, Julianne contributed to the creation of the Journeys Handbooks. These activity handbooks focus on the role school community members, students, and teachers and school staff have in building a positive and support school climate and preventing school-related gender based violence. Julianne recently won an RTI Professional Development Award providing her internal research funds to develop and pilot the use of Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interview when using SRGBV data collection instruments.