Dr. Evans is dedicated and committed to philanthropy. She has founded the InspireHer Movement, which provides feminine hygiene kits to young girls and women in schools, group homes, shelters, and more.
Dr. Na’Tasha Evans received a Double Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, and Doctoral Degree by the age of 25! As a world-renowned research scientist, educator, international speaker, and author, Dr. Na’Tasha is changing the game and helping others along the way! She is a Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Health Education and Promotion in the School of Health Sciences for the College of Education, Health, and Human Services at Kent State University. Moreover, she is the Director of the Research and Education Collaborative for Health Disparities. Her research agenda focuses on examining health disparities and minority health with an emphasis on examining maternal, child, and infant health, exploring patient-provider communication, and investigating women’s health utilizing quantitative and qualitative methodological approaches. She has received national and international grants, worked with several community-based organizations, presented nationally and internationally, and has been published in hundreds of peer-refereed journals.
In addition, Dr. Natasha has authored several books for women and children. Her latest book is entitled, “The Healing in My Story: Understanding Black Women’s Lived Experiences.” The book aims to empower women by sharing life-changing stories of Black women and how they overcame adversity. Her children’s book, “Inspire Me! Everything I Can Be from A to Z,” provides children with the opportunity to learn about different careers, explore interests and passions, and inspire them to dream big.
Always one to give back, Dr. Natasha is dedicated and committed to philanthropy. She has founded the InspireHer Movement, which provides feminine hygiene kits to young girls and women in schools, group homes, shelters, and more. She also recently launched the Inspire Me Children’s Book Coaching Program, to help individuals write and self-publish their own children’s books.
Dr. Na’Tasha earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry, and a Master of Education in Community Health from Cleveland State University. Further, she received a Doctorate in Health Education with two graduate certificates in Patient Advocacy and Health Care Administration and Policy from the University of Toledo. Additionally, she obtained three professional certificates from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through FEMA Emergency Management Institute.
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