Janette Flintoft is the Grant Director for the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, which administers $3-$5 million annually in grant awards. In this role Ms. Flintoft focuses on grant making policies, procedures, procurement and compliance. An author and conference presenter, Ms. Flintoft also serves on the Scientific Justice Review Panel for the National Institute of Justice and is a peer reviewer for the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Through her work in the area of drugged driving, Ms. Flintoft has secured nearly $2 million in state and federal funding and built relationships across stakeholders to advance drugged driving enforcement. Ms. Flintoft earned her BA degree from UCLA and her JD from Southwestern University. Prior to her current role, Ms. Flintoft worked as a prosecutor for the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Criminal Division.