Jasmine’s work focuses on reaching Nebraskans across the state, cultural lines and languages - spreading our messages and advancing our mission of defending civil rights and liberties in our state. In addition to creating the digital content you see across our social media platforms, she spends time out and about, fostering relationships with community partners at events IRL (in real life).
Jasmine loves developing multimedia campaigns to communicate with future ACLU supporters and Nebraskans who are already supporters. She led a recent citywide multimedia campaign using billboards and bus stop ads to alert Omahans of the critical need to end the school-to-prison pipeline and a campaign to bring awareness of Nebraska’s only 287(g) agreement, a harmful immigration program that essentially deputizes local law enforcement to take on the additional responsibility of immigration enforcement.
Jasmine brings a specialty in grassroots and digital organizing to the team. Prior to joining the ACLU of Nebraska, Jasmine worked on local and statewide political campaigns in San Francisco and California. Jasmine graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in African American Studies and received her Master’s in Public Affairs from the University of San Francisco.
Fun fact: What rhymes with civil rights? Jasmine wrote and produced three rap songs that got a handful of plays on radio stations in California.