Jasmine is the newest addition to the Mt. Auburn team. She is currently involved in several evaluative projects including work for Working Cities Challenge Massachusetts, and the national initiatives, ReThink Health and Invest Health. Her work includes collecting and analyzing data and designing graphics in Tableau, analyzing interviews and other qualitative materials in Nvivo, writing evaluation summaries, and participating in site visits and interviews with stakeholders.
Because of her education background, Jasmine is very interested in qualitative analysis and work related to topics in behavioral economics and the psychology of bias. Her main interests are in food access and health, education, and systemic issues relating to inequality and inequity.
Jasmine graduated from the University of Michigan in 2016 with a B.A. double major in Economics and Philosophy.