Jasmine was born and raised in the city of Diamond Bar in LA County, California. Her journey at Berkeley began as an undergraduate studying Bioengineering with a minor in electrical engineering and computer sciences (EECS). After graduating in 2019, Jasmine started her PhD in EECS with a research focus on printed electronics advised by Professor Ana Claudia Arias. Her thesis project investigates the use of “greener” and less toxic solvents in the processing of organic semiconductor devices. In particular, she is focusing on large-area printed photovoltaics and photodiodes. Outside of research, Jasmine enjoys cooking, hiking, and biking to tasty bakeries in the Bay.