jasminePrinceton, NJ
jasmine@serpentinesociety.org

College of Arts & Sciences, 1999

Jasmine N. Hall Ratliff is a Program Officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). Committed to building healthy and equitable communities where all children can grow to live their best lives, her work includes funding advocacy and pilots that increase access to healthy affordable food for children and families, improving school nutrition and working collaboratively with other national foundations. Prior to joining RWJF she was a Program Officer at the Missouri Foundation for Health in St. Louis, MO where her responsibilities included the
Healthy & Active Communities initiative and leading the Women’s Health team. Jasmine is active in both state and national philanthropy groups, along with volunteering with the Girl Scouts and various nonprofits.  She is a member of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.

A proud CLAS ’99 graduate in Religious Studies, while at UVa Jasmine was a Peer Advisor and active in Madison House programs. Jasmine also received her Master’s in Health Administration from the Saint Louis University School of Public Health. Jasmine is a Virginia native and is married with a young daughter. She enjoys reading, going to the movies and spending time outside being active with her family.