Jasmin Sanchez, MPH is a Center Coordinator at Jas. She has devoted her career to advancing research on how social structures and determinants contribute to the health of marginalized groups.  She enjoys engaging with community organizations and awarding pilot and seed grants. Jasmin is passionate about social justice issues and women's reproductive rights. During college, she was a co-founder of a virtual campaign that raised awareness on microaggression on campus. She met with school chancellors and Senator Baldwin to discuss the importance of retaining students of color and first-generation students at predominately white institutions. Her story and testimony are now in the UW-Madison archives. Jasmin values the importance of mentorship, as a McNair Scholar she continues to pay it forward by mentoring first-generation college students in the states as well as abroad. She is a mentor at Girlz FTW an organization in which women empower other women and have a mentor/mentee relationship. During her free time, she is working side hustles, reading books, riding her Peloton, and indulging in lattes.