Jasmine Laroche is a Program Associate for Evaluation and Learning at the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation. She has over three years of professional experience providing consulting services for city and state government agencies, as well as non-profits and community-based organizations. In her role as a consultant, Jasmine has conducted program evaluations, strategic planning, facilitation, and technical assistance, to further support programs funded by local governments and non-profit agencies.
Before joining Schusterman, Jasmine worked as an independent consultant conducting both quantitative and qualitative analyses for the San Francisco Juvenile Probation Department (SFJPD) and The Reset Foundation, a nonprofit organization that rehabilitates young men of color that have had contact with the criminal justice system. In her most recent role as a consultant for Resource Development Associates, Jasmine lead and supported a variety of evaluation, strategic planning, and technical assistance projects. While at RDA she lead the design of a three-year evaluation of the City of Berkeley’s Homeless Outpatient Treatment Team (HOTT), co-lead the evaluation of the City of Oxnard’s Gang Prevention Program (Triple R), co-facilitated training and technical assistance meetings with African American mental health providers for Alameda County and co-facilitated monthly meetings with criminal justice stakeholders for the Contra Costa County Racial Justice Task Force Project.
Jasmine holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley and she received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Jasmine believes in the value of working to understand individual-level experiences in order to properly design programming and create policies. She is honored and excited to align her values with the values of the Schusterman Foundation and is excited to help the organization continue to make a positive impact in our world.