Jasmine is the Program Fellow for the Effective Philanthropy Group at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. In this role, she provides internal consulting support for Hewlett staff and supports philanthropic sector grantmaking. Her work also considers the intersection of equitable and effective practice in philanthropy. Prior to joining the foundation, Jasmine served as a strategic consultant for women of color-led nonprofits, specializing in development and first-year strategies. Jasmine has also served as senior trainer on behalf of Girls Educational & Mentoring Services (GEMS), the subject agency of the film, Very Young Girls. In that role, Jasmine led a national training and technical assistance program on best practices for identifying and serving commercially sexually exploited and domestically sex-trafficked youth. Jasmine received her bachelor’s degree in political science and comparative ethnic studies from Columbia University, and prides herself on her uncanny ability to win Jeopardy from the comfort of her couch.