Jasmine Docal graduated from Northwestern University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Education and Social Policy and a certificate in Leadership. Her concentration was Human Development and Psychological Services which combined her passions of research and psychology with teaching and program intervention. Jasmine played on the Division I Lacrosse Team at Northwestern University, becoming a starting defender, 2x Academic All-Big Ten, Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, and Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Honor Roll Athlete. While at Northwestern, Jasmine co-founded an inclusion initiative within the Athletic Department designed to create a more cohesive student-athlete family, focusing on identity exploration, cultural curiosity and competency, awareness of current events, and the personal impact of these forces on individuals.
Prior to joining ROSES, Jasmine was the Director of Operations at Brave Enterprises in New York City. Brave is a research-based company that develops and delivers programming to help people use their fear to take brave action. Jasmine worked extensively with teenage girls around the country, creating the BOOM Lab, an immersive full-day confidence conference in numerous cities. In her role, she turned ideas into action, created effective and scalable systems, and guided internal exploration with students.
In her quest to continue teaching, fighting for equity, and empowering girls, Jasmine joined the ROSES team where she hopes to be a positive influence on ROSES mentees and her team. Jasmine loves to explore, is an avid reader, and is a coach for the Grit Lacrosse Club in Houston. She grew up in Fort Lauderdale Florida, where her family still resides.