About Dr. Evans
Dr. Na’Tasha Evans is a world-renowned educator, research scientist, international speaker, and author. She 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, Dr. Evans obtained three professional certificates from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through FEMA Emergency Management Institute.
Dr. Na’Tasha Evans 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, Dr. Evans is the Director of the Research and Education Collaborative for Health Disparities. Dr. Evans’ 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 published in peer-refereed journals.
Dr. Evans is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Inspired Minds Consulting Firm, LLC. The mission of Inspired Minds Consulting Firm, LLC is to provide high quality, comprehensive, and evidence-based research, research training and professional development, and dissertation and thesis consulting.
Additionally, Dr. Evans is the author of “Inspire Me! Everything I Can Be From A to Z,” which inspires children to learn about different careers, explore interests and passions, and dream big. Further, 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.