Jasmine Khan has spent almost two decades leading large-scale strategic planning and operational change efforts in the public and private sector. Much of her career has been focused on health and human services as she has a deep commitment to community impact and serving at-risk populations. Jasmine developed her social justice passion while supporting inner city communities focusing on child welfare specifically with youth exiting gangs and human trafficking. She traveled around the world developing social enterprises, programs and coalitions to address the safety and well-being of vulnerable youth. She also took a side trip into global consulting applying her skills to managing international corporate and government consulting projects. Jasmine joined the Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness in June 2018. She is currently developing cross-sector partnerships to tackle growing homelessness in her home community. She is inspired by the heroes she meets daily in this critical community effort. She has her MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and her Master of Science in Human Services from Bellevue University. Jasmine lives outside of Eagle River, Alaska with her partner Wade and a menagerie of farm animals on their mountain homestead.