Jasmine (She/They) has two decades of experience as an actor and performer in various arts disciplines including Film, Television, Commercials, Live Theatre, Online Performances, Improv, Stand-Up Comedy, Hosting and Podcasting. Jasmine graduated with a Bachelor's in Anthropology from the University of California, Irvine and has completed additional training including Intimacy Direction and Coordination for the Performing Arts, Bystander Intervention, Conflict Resolution, Boundaries and Consent practices, Laban Movement, Size and Diversity Inclusivity, Psychological and Mental Health First Aid, COVID-19 Safe Sets and Pandemic Awareness, Havening techniques, and Mindfulness Skills.
In addition to their educational and training background as an Intimacy and Mental Health Coordinator, Jasmine's experience includes over a decade of work as an administrative coordinator for various organizations. Jasmine also provides mental health services as a Life Coach and facilitator of support groups for actors recovering from industry trauma experiences and individuals suffering from negative body image and self worth. Before working as an Intimacy and Mental Health Coordinator, Jasmine spent six years in the technology and professional services industries. These diverse experiences have enriched and increased their understanding of clients from many different life experiences.
Jasmine has a passion for learning more about how culture impacts wellness and is infinitely fascinated by the communities we create to protect ourselves.