Tobi Ash, MBA, BSN, RN

Women’s Health Care Concierge Writer | Educator | Presenter


Tobi Ash, RN, BSN, MBA is in women’s health, midwifery, health promotion, and health policy. She received her Bachelors in Nursing and a Registered Nurse degree from Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida. She then received her Masters in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. She has a Certificate in Health Writing from the University of Michigan. She is awaiting the completion of her doctoral studies.

Prior to her nursing degree, Tobi taught childbirth classes under the auspices of the International Childbirth Education Association. She began her nursing career as a critical care, emergency room, and trauma nurse. She would travel to several Caribbean islands on health missions. She has delivered hundreds of babies and provided care to women in these hospitals.

Tobi also served in the nurse position for the Health Care Committee of the city of Miami Beach for several years working on community health initiatives to benefit residents and tourists. After completing her MBA, she was a medical director of women’s health for a clinic in Miami Beach. During this time she wrote the health column for the women’s magazine, Nashim. She continues to edit and write for the OJNA nursing journal and has written 15 feature articles for this journal.

She is the Editor-in-Chief and main contributor for PIE: Vaccine Information for Parents Informed and Educated, a project of the EMES Initiative, in conjunction with the CDC Foundation and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. She has written about 40 articles for RO Health on mental health topics including psychedelic

therapies, anxiety, probiotics, sleep disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorders. She has written female hormonal health articles for Initio, a medical device company.

She recently published an article addressing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Another article on “bikini medicine” was published by the International Journal of Emergency Nursing.

For more than 25 years she taught thousands of girls and women about their bodies and their health. Her book “Growing Up: Girls Edition” on puberty for special needs girls and their caregivers is under contract to be published by Mosaica Press in Autumn 2023.

Tobi believes in giving back and has worked as an active philanthropist for projects relating to hunger, poverty, and education. As part of her mission to create healthy communities around the globe, she started multiple community gardens and lectured for the Florida Garden Club on how to start growing food. She works as a volunteer with the United Nations OSDG program to bring together the knowledge and expertise of people from around the world to better understand the nature of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially those related to health, clean water, and combatting hunger, poverty, and climate change.