Randi Campetti has extensive experience in research, evaluation, project coordination, and technical assistance. She is highly skilled in writing and editing, collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data, developing technical assistance tools and resources, and planning and implementing project events.
Currently, Campetti supports the implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of the National Collaboratory to Address Elder Mistreatment care model. She conducts research for the National Institute of Justice study Pathways to Safety: An Examination of Federal- and State-Level Barriers and Facilitators to Elder Abuse. She also provides expert project support to advance the strategic dissemination of the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program.
Campetti has co-authored articles published in Evaluation and Program Planning and the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. She has collaborated on the content development and production of numerous reports and instructional resources. Recently, she helped develop an online course that supports emergency medical services providers in identifying and responding to suspicion of elder abuse.
Campetti holds a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a PMD Pro Certification from APMG International.