Jasmine Ivy is CICS’ Community Partnerships Manager and she has a true passion for ensuring equitable outcomes for BIPOC student populations inside and outside of the classroom.
Jasmine’s career started at Northern Illinois University in the academic social justice department and her talents have taken her to Houston to do educational policy legislation and now back to her hometown of Chicago, IL! Throughout her career thus far, Jasmine has created programming and services for low-income communities and students to provide opportunities for them to learn social justice education, community organizing, and more. Jasmine holds a master’s degree in education and uses her skills and expertise to create equitable outcomes for our students.
Why do you work at CICS? As a CICS alumna, Jasmine recognizes firsthand the impact CICS has directly on students. Attending our Bucktown campus and having her father as the principal, she witnessed the time and dedication that CICS leaders and staff put into the care of their students. And now as a CICS professional, Jasmine is dedicated to CICS’s mission of providing a quality education inside and out of the classroom all while providing opportunities for socio-growth and development.