Jasmine graduated with a B.S. degree in Earth and Environmental Engineering from Columbia University. During her undergraduate career, she worked with Engineers Without Borders on a student-led project that installed a solar microgrid system in a rural community in Uganda. Through her previous work, she gained experience in modeling New York City’s stormwater management infrastructure and also researched the relationship between solar panel performance and poor air quality in India. Jasmine believes in the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the engineering design process and she is passionate about using sustainable engineering projects to positively impact communities.
- Jasmine loves to travel. She hopes to complete the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in Spain one day!
- She enjoys watching foreign films.
- Jasmine enjoys finding new podcasts to listen to