Tosha Robinson, M.A., began her career with OKDHS as a Research Assistant in March 2010 with the Office of Planning, Research and Statistics. In April 2012, she joined our staff full-time as a Senior Researcher. Tosha earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Management and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Criminology in May 2005 and a Master’s of Arts in Sociology in May 2008 from the University of Oklahoma.
As a Research Assistant for OPRS, Tosha served as the Lead Evaluator on two of Aging Services’ federal Health and Wellness grants. In her current position as Senior Researcher, Tosha focuses on conducting research for various divisions on a variety of topics, grant writing and evaluation, creating survey instruments, analyzing data, and process improvement. Her expertise includes survey development, data analysis, and interviewing. Tosha is also a current adjunct professor of Sociology at the University of Central Oklahoma where she enjoys teaching Introduction to Sociology and Social Problems courses.