Jasmine has dedicated her career to driving innovation to achieve improved social and health outcomes, and advance equity and impact for vulnerable and marginalized populations. At the TruePoint Center, Jasmine collaborates with clients to scale impact of early childhood innovations.
She is keen to bring her experiences in problem-solving in complex systems, strategy development, partnership development, and design thinking to enable clients to achieve sustainable impact at scale.
Prior to joining the TruePoint Center, Jasmine led international partnership development and operations with the Dr. Hawa Abdi Foundation to amplify impact and sustainability of humanitarian projects in Somalia. In Canada, she supported development and dissemination of mobile health applications to improve outcomes for those with chronic diseases with University Health Network.
Jasmine spends most of her time exploring Toronto with her dog and partner, and takes every opportunity to travel the world and practice yoga. She also enjoys volunteering to support newcomers to find jobs with WoodGreen Community Services, and organizing design thinking workshops to support local innovators with the OpenIDEO Toronto Chapter.
B.A., McGill University
M.P.P., University of Toronto