Randy Toolsie is a Research Assistant who works with Research Analysts and Consultants to provide data entry, cleaning, collection, and analysis, as well as collaborative operations. Incorporating psychology and educational practices and experience, Randy knows the importance of understanding cultural considerations within professional environments and maintains a steadfast anticipation of applying these concepts to research. Randy seeks to use community-engaged research to help others see the value in varied perspectives and experiences that foster wider sociocultural understandings.

Randy has extensive experience working with clients to source data and providing excellent project coordination and management. He has supported various domestic and international community-based projects with funders such as the U.S. Department of Education, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Kroc Institute of International Peace Studies, U.S. Department of State, and United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA). Throughout these projects, he has led research and evaluation activities, such as landscape scans, desk reviews, survey development and database management, and mixed-methods data collection and analyses.

Randy is currently completing a master’s degree in Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Florida International University with a minor in Education (State Approved Professional Training Option – CAEP) from Florida International University.

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