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Jasmine Gurneau

Manager, Native American and Indigenous Initiatives

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Jasmine Gurneau (Oneida/Menominee) serves as the Manager for Native American and Indigenous Initiatives in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion at Northwestern University. Jasmine leads the development and implementation of university-wide initiatives related to the inclusion of Native American and Indigenous students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Her role includes facilitating stakeholder engagement, serving as a thought leader on campus, and building and sustaining partnerships with tribal communities.

From Chicago, Illinois, Jasmine earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from DePaul University and a Master of Arts in Learning Sciences from Northwestern University. She is a Community Representative of the Citywide American Indian Education Council for Chicago Public Schools and has served as the Co-Chair for the Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative’s Education Committee. She was a 2015 Fellow with Cultivate: Women of Color Leadership program and was named one of Chicago Scholars’ 35 Under 35 Young Leaders Making An Impact.

Jasmine Gurneau, Manager, Native American and Indigenous Initiatives
Crown 1-209B, Evanston Campus
Phone: 847 467-6368