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Jasmine Gurneau

Director, Native American and Indigenous Affairs

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Jasmine Gurneau (Oneida/Menominee) serves as the Director of Native American and Indigenous Affairs 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, Director, Native American and Indigenous Affairs
1800 Sherman Avenue, Suite 5-200, Evanston Campus
Phone: 847 467-6368