Jasmine has been serving in the field of mental health for more than 10 years in Southern California. She received her Bachelor of Social Work from CSULA in 2010 and worked with victims of domestic violence. She obtained her Master of Social Work from Azusa Pacific University in the advanced standing program graduating Eta Iota Phi Alpha Honors Social Work Society in 2011. Jasmine has experience working in nonprofits with severely emotionally disturbed children, adolescents, and adults in community-based mental health, outpatient programs, school-based settings, and Federally Qualified Health Centers with diverse populations and various socioeconomic statuses. Outside of the clinical field, she is passionate about fostering and strengthening faith in others. Jasmine has served in various ministerial roles within the body of Christ for more than 20 years. She has a passion to lead others in worship and engages in program development, conference speaking, outreach and empowerment through prayer groups, discipleship, and mentoring. In her personal time she enjoys music, travel, sports, and spending time with her family.