Jasmine is a MS/PhD student at UC Berkeley’s Energy and Resources Group, with a passion for supporting robust and equitable decision-making in climate and energy. Her research interests include developing a better understanding of how climate change will impact the power system and the cascading effects it will have on communities. As a Health Policy Research Scholar, Jasmine is interested in addressing energy and environmental inequities in carceral systems.
Prior to ERG, Jasmine was a Senior Program Officer with the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners where she developed educational programs and resources for state public utility commissions on issues including transportation electrification, energy justice, nuclear energy, and carbon capture. She also has experience working as a consultant for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and as a research technician with the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Jasmine holds a bachelor’s degree in geology from Brown University.
- Public Utility Commission Stakeholder Engagement: A Decision-Making Framework
- The Role of State Utility Regulators in a Just and Reasonable Energy Transition
- Models for Incorporating Equity in Transportation Electrification Considerations for Public Utility Regulators
- Mini Guide on Transportation Electrification: State-Level Roles and Collaboration among Public Utility Commissions, State Energy Offices, and Departments of Transportation
- State Energy Justice Roundtable Series: Energy Justice Metrics
- A Robust Definition of Environmental Justice Communities Must Be Intersectional
Health Policy Research Scholar
- RAEL (Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab – Kammen)