Stephanie Brooks Holliday is a behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. Her research has spanned a range of topics, including forensic psychology, criminal justice, juvenile justice; veteran mental and physical health; and health and wellbeing in military service members and families. She also has broader interests in program evaluation and the provision of evidence-based practices for underserved populations. Brooks Holliday completed her graduate training at Drexel University, with research focused on forensic mental health assessment, risk assessment, and interventions for risk reduction among correctional populations. Brooks Holliday completed her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the Washington D.C. VA Medical Center, where she specialized in neuropsychology and contributed to research related to complementary and integrative health, sleep disturbances, and chronic pain. At RAND, she has led projects evaluating the implementation and effectiveness of programs for justice-involved populations; examined the needs of individuals with mental illness who are incarcerated; developed evaluation frameworks for military programs; and examined the roles, responsibilities, and training needs of military health providers. Brooks Holliday received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Drexel University.