Jasmin is a marine biologist specializing in elasmobranch ecology and evolution. Her past research interests include smalltooth sawfish movement ecology and hammerhead shark phylogeny. She is a member of the American Elasmobranch Society and served on their Student Action Committee for two years. Jasmin completed internships with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Fort Johnson Marine Lab and FWC Division of Marine Fisheries Management. She worked as an instructor for the Saturday at the Sea program through the Florida State University Office of STEM Teaching Activities. Jasmin has a passion for science education and making science more accessible for everyone. She is excited to join the MarSci-LACE project and help open doors for more underrepresented minority students to join the exciting field of marine science.
MSc. Biological Science Florida State University in 2020
B.S. Marine Biology College of Charleston in 2017
B.A. Spanish College of Charleston in 2017