Jasmine Johnson (she/her)
Jasmine is originally from Tennessee and has lived in Colorado since 2018. She has a Bachelor of Science in Social Entrepreneurship from Belmont University in Nashville. Jasmine attributes foundations, organizations, and community advocates to her own college accessibility, and she is passionate about serving in similar roles throughout her career. After working in a variety of community and youth centered positions, Jasmine moved to Colorado to complete her Master's Degree in Social Work at University of Denver. Since then, Jasmine has worked with youth and adults in various systems. Jasmine believes education is a life-long journey, and is passionate about working with all communities and intersections to further growth and access to new opportunities. She loves building relationships, knocking down social barriers, and advocating for more equitable systems for everyone. We are all a part of systemic change, and we all deserve to have our voices heard. Jasmine knows students are incredible innovators and change-makers, and she is grateful to walk alongside passionate future leaders.
In her free time, you can find Jasmine hiking, camping, playing video games, watching anime, and burying her nose in a good book. She loves trying new things and experiencing new adventures. Jasmine is a lover of nature, animals, music, martial arts, and building relationships!
Favorite College Experience: "All the music! Belmont has a focus on music and the music business. Even though that is not the avenue I decided to take myself, I learned so much about one of my favorite personal muses. Being surrounded by so many musicians with diverse talents and skills made for lots of jam sessions, concerts, and musical events! Building community with some of the best friends I’ve ever made and enjoying the art of expression!"
Advice for High School and College Students: "Connect, connect, connect! Build community and meet as many people as you can. Be inquisitive and open to all the people, activities, and opportunities that come your way. Life is full of learning and experiencing new things, and you never know what or who can impact your personal growth for the better."
Favorite Food: "I am shamelessly food motivated. There is nothing “edible” on this earth that I won’t try. Though I am always excited to eat any southern barbecue, “soul food,” or a Country Seafood Boil."