Meet Our Fellows

PlacementRep. Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick

Jasmine Hoskins

Congressional Fellow

Jasmine was born in Forest Park, Illinois. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish at Santa Clara University. After her undergraduate studies, she attended American University where she received a master’s degree in political science.

During her time in D.C., she worked at Jubilee Housing, a nonprofit focused on creating affordable, sustainable communities in the nation’s capital. While working at the teen center, she created curriculums that engaged teens attending the center (both in-person and online) and led programs and workshops on high school transitions and college readiness.

Much of her work has been centered around diversity, equity, and inclusion. She wrote her master’s capstone project on education inequity and the need for an intersectional lens in education policy. She currently serves as the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Fellow for Sustainability and Climate Change.