Jasmine Williams - Baumhart Scholar
Jasmine is a Program Developer at the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership (The Partnership). The Partnership is an umbrella organization operating the public workforce system in the City of Chicago and Cook County. The Partnership combines federal and philanthropic resources to broaden the reach and impact of workforce development services through innovative projects and customized business services. As a member of the Strategic Initiatives and Policy team, Jasmine is responsible for advancing projects from concept to completion. Jasmine’s duties include locating and preparing grant solicitations, policy development, data and performance management, training and reporting.
Prior to her role at The Partnership, Jasmine worked in a variety of roles in the non-profit sector to increase education, access to employment and resource development in low income communities. Jasmine holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management and Psychology from Lewis University as well as a Master of Health Science in Addiction Studies from Governors State University. Jasmine provides support to several early stage non-profits through grant search services, program design, and fund development consultation.