Sabrina Tonima is a knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) associate at the Institute for Work & Health, working with the KTE team and Institute scientists to engage stakeholders in research projects. She also coordinates the IWH Speaker Series.
Since joining IWH in 2013 and before moving into the KTE associate position in 2021, Tonima was involved as a research associate and project coordinator in a variety of qualitative and mixed-methods studies, including research on sustaining employment of people with episodic conditions, the evaluation of working-at-heights training, workplace violence and more. Her previous experience also included working in front-line health and safety in the manufacturing and education sectors.
Tonima has a master's degree in health evaluation from the University of Waterloo.