Jazmine Johnson was born and raised in Perris, CA, and currently serves as the Land Use and Health Program Associate for Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles (PSR-LA). In this role, she coordinates workshops involving health professionals, field experts, and community advocates while conducting research on issues of industrial land use and health in South Central Los Angeles. Committed to fighting for social justice and racial equality, Jazmine joined PSR-LA with experience working for the City of Chicago and organizing on the Southside. In this capacity, she was instrumental in engaging with residents and community based organizations to gauge community needs and increase civic engagement. She has also conducted research in the Dominican Republic on health and environmental issues and was involved in social justice efforts through organizations on her college campus. Jazmine holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences with a Specialization in Neuroscience from the University of Chicago.