Jasmine King is an Associate at Kearns & West, providing environmental justice research, public outreach, project and meeting management, public policy data analysis, and material development. As a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow, they participated on an interdisciplinary research team engaged in multicultural collaboration creating and conducting a vulnerability and policy analysis of Oregon coastal communities. Their graduate work also includes social and policy research and analysis on water resource availability. Jasmine’s experience extends to the non-profit sector, where they provided supportive and capacity-building services to adults with developmental and physical disabilities. Jasmine holds a double major in Sociology and Environmental Science from the University of California, Irvine and a Master of Public Policy from Oregon State University.