Jasmine is a Dorchester native who is passionate about seeing everyone she meets succeed and live the life they deserve.
Jasmine has worked in the non-profit and public sector for many years starting back at age13 with her first job at a summer camp to prepare preschool-aged students of color for Kindergarten. She hasn't stopped serving since. Growing up, she attended the West End House Boys and Girls Club summer and after school program where she was exposed to students from all over Boston and beyond. Meeting students from different backgrounds than her own, and realizing the lack of access to educational resources that others experience, is what set her on her crusade to bringing equity to inequitable circumstances.
In her free time, she can be spotted shopping, working out, searching the city for new graffiti and art exhibits, and listening to slam poetry.