Jonathan Kulick, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Scholar in the Litmus program at NYU’s Marron Institute. Dr. Kulick manages a portfolio of research and technical-assistance projects in crime, drugs, and governance, including training and technical assistance for the SCF Resource Center and the DOJ HOPE Demonstration Field Experiment (DFE). He is an advisor to BetaGov and Segregation Solutions. He has conducted research on drug-control policy and narcotics trafficking. Dr. Kulick was previously a senior advisor to the Government of Georgia, the director of studies at the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, an associate policy analyst at RAND, and a research engineer at IBM Almaden Laboratory. Dr. Kulick has bachelor’s degrees in engineering and mathematics from Swarthmore College, as well as an M.Ph. in policy analysis from the RAND Graduate School and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Stanford University.