Jasmine is a project coordinator with a commitment to equity-focused, collaborative research that supports healthy, thriving communities. Jasmine is dedicated to working with public agency staff to craft community-based, person-driven service systems, and is skilled in health systems research, project management, and patient outreach. In addition to supporting clients with project coordination, Jasmine connects individuals and families in need with relevant and safe health services. She speaks English, Spanish, and a little Swedish.
Before joining HSRI, Jasmine was a clinical research coordinator at Virginia Commonwealth University, where her work examined people’s experiences with COVID-19 across Virginia. Prior to that, Jasmine worked as a researcher on projects related to sexual and reproductive rights, democracy, and economic justice. She has volunteered at the Swedish Network for International Health, Sterling Meadows Mercy Housing, and at a confidential domestic violence shelter.
When not at work, Jasmine enjoys blowing glass, attempting a daily yoga practice, and playing Magic the Gathering.
- Master of Public Health from Lund University
- B.A. Human Services and B.A. Spanish from Western Washington University
- Inclusion of Essential Universal Health Coverage Services in Essential Packages of Health Services: A Review of 45 Low- and Lower-Middle Income Countries
- Review of the inclusion of SRHR interventions in essential packages of health services in low- and lower-middle income countries