Jasmine Lamb thrives when leading organizations that foster community, learning, and personal growth. As Vice President, Program Development and Operations, she works to create the structures, systems, and policies to align the day-to-day operations of Mansfield Hall with our mission and vision. She works closely with staff at all our sites to support their professional development and commitment to a strength-based approach with our college students. Prior to being the Vice President, Program Development and Operations, Jasmine was Site Director in Burlington. She led Mansfield Hall in Burlington from our first year serving fifteen students to our sixth year serving over sixty students annually. Along the way, she helped to build a staff and student culture committed to community, learning, and fun.
Prior to working at Mansfield Hall Jasmine worked for nearly a decade as Director of Student Life for the Vermont Governor’s Institute on the Arts summer college preparatory program. She also worked as both a consultant and college instructor at a small career-focused college and counseled young adults in a residential treatment program.
Jasmine received her bachelor’s degree in English and social sciences from Norwich University. She holds a 500 hour certificate in mediation and conflict management. She is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, a psycho-biological approach to healing stress and trauma. Jasmine loves to ponder the big unanswerable questions such as: What does it mean to be human? How does listening transform us? How do we foster community and connection in our lives? She also enjoys cooking, gardening, dancing, reading, jogging, and spending time with her family.