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Jasmine Barnes

Title/s:  Business Leadership Hub, Loyola Limited Program Coordinator

Office #:  Sherry Hall 307, LSC

Phone: 773.508.2183

Email:

About

Jasmine J. Barnes is the Program Coordinator for Loyola Limited. Loyola Limited transforms undergraduate students into leaders by providing them with unparalleled experiential learning opportunities in entrepreneurship and small business management, where students are empowered to create, develop, manage, and lead business ventures that benefit the multiple communities they serve.  

Previously serving as an Admissions Specialist at Malcolm X College, for nearly three years she has aided in increasing the enrollment of new and returning students through outreach, academic planning, program-specific, and career readiness methodologies. Simultaneously, she served as a member of the Student Development Committee with Loyola University’s School of Education. As an elected member, she was responsible for funding a variety of student activities, research, conferences, and award ceremonies which contributed to the learning environment and overall quality of student life.  

Jasmine brings eight years of experience in student affairs, event planning, managing and development across three higher education institutions. She remains passionate about education, equity, policy, and restorative justice. She is preparing people to lead extraordinary lives by providing cultural humility looking at the bigger picture and ensuring that there is activity and action in education.

Degrees

  • M.Ed. Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, Loyola University Chicago, 2021.
  • B.S. Organizational and Leadership Communication, Illinois State University, 2018. 
  • Certif. Youth Mental Health First Aid, National Council for Behavioral Health, Feb 2020. 

Professional Employment

  • Illinois State University 
  • Malcolm X College 

Professional & Community Affiliations

  • American Education Research Association  
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development – Educator Advocates Program 
  • Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society