NJSOPHE history: Jasmine Davis has been a proud member of NJSOPHE since 2021. In 2024, she was elected Student and New Professionals Coordinator. In this role, she hopes to create opportunities for students and new professionals to network and skill-build, while also elevating their voices within the organization. Additionally, she is enthusiastic about empowering students and new professionals’ talents and bridging the gap between their academic career and professional career.
Bio: Jasmine graduated from Seton Hall University with her B.S. in Biology and graduated with her MPH with a concentration in Community Health Education from Montclair State University. She also holds the Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) credential. For over 5 years, she has worked extensively in public health education from the fields of sexual health, chronic disease management, cancer prevention, to now infection prevention and control. She has developed, organized, and promoted educational programs for various healthcare systems as well as universities across the state of New Jersey. She is currently a Public Health Consultant II at the NJ Department of Health, working on a CDC training initiative called Project Firstline, in which she develops and provides infection control education for healthcare workers and students that are pursuing healthcare, public health, and allied health careers. She is passionate about health equity, community outreach and engagement, and program planning and evaluation.