Jasmine is Vice President of Strategy at SGPR, a creative public relations firm headquartered in New York City and Los Angeles. Her work centers on innovation and communications strategy for Fortune 500s, challenger brands, and nonprofits.
While Jasmine began her career at age 16 as a broadcast reporter for CBS, her expertise in media evolved to lead media innovation for companies like General Electric, Verizon, Cartoon Network, L’Oreal, Tiffany’s and The PGA Tour as well as organizations like The Elizabeth Taylor Foundation, The Malala Fund, and The George Kaiser Family Foundation.
In addition, Jasmine is a guest lecturer at Stanford University for the office of Bridging Education, Ambition, and Meaningful Work, and she serves as an advisor to a number of nonprofits and startup organizations.
Jasmine studied economics at Magdalen College, University of Oxford, under Emeritus Fellow Derek Robinson, and graduated from Stanford University with a BA in economics in 2006.