Jasmine Wallack is the Assistant to the Directors at Perry World House. In this role, she is responsible for providing executive support to the Director and Deputy Director of the center, while also helping manage grant applications and other special projects. Prior to coming to the University of Pennsylvania, Jasmine gained experience in higher education by providing administrative and strategic support to civic engagement programs at a small liberal arts college. She also brings experience working with a wide variety of nonprofit organizations, including work at a research organization dedicated to bridging the gap between research and policy on gender and security issues.
Jasmine is thrilled to join the Perry World House team in their work of making the center a leader in global policy engagement. Jasmine earned her B.A. from Colorado College in Political Science with a minor in Nonviolence.