As IISC’s training assistant, Jasmine (she/her/hers) works to support the trainings & project coordination team to help deliver highly successful virtual and in person training sessions to IISC’s clients. She works closely with IISC’s full-time staff along with our team of part-time consultants and trainers.
Jasmine joins as a recent graduate from Northeastern University with a bachelor’s degree in business management and psychology. Her studies in social psychology, organizational behavior, and cross-cultural psychology inform the way she builds community, collaborates with our team, and strives to create more equitable and accessible spaces.
In previous jobs, Jasmine worked to integrate racial equity into various marketing initiatives, venture capital trainings, and recruiting processes. As a self-proclaimed generalist, she has experience in a wide range of roles, including: accounting, procurement, marketing, recruiting, event planning, office administration, brewery service, and even farmer’s market coordination! She believes deeply that all individuals have the capacity and responsibility to bring more love, empathy, and grace into the many spaces they inhabit.
Outside of her work with IISC, Jasmine sits on an innovation & opportunities board for a financial credit union based in South Florida. Originally from the east coast of southern Florida, she maintains a deep love for the beach and finds comfort in nature. She enjoys writing and has publicly performed many pieces of spoken word poetry that explore her own racial identity and experiences as a black queer woman. In her free time, you’ll find her caring for her large collection of houseplants, playing board games, doing puzzles, lounging with her cat, creating art, and visiting breweries across the country.