Course studies in Sociology
San Diego State University
Bay Area Youth EMT Program
[Pronouns: she/ her/ hers]
Jasmine “Jas” Hall is a project director at CompassPoint. She is responsible for leading the technology and human resources functions of our organization. Jas is also a co-designer and co-facilitator of the Self-Care for Black Women in Leadership program.
As a Black mother, daughter, sister, partner, and friend, it’s Jas’ personal mission to contribute to the creation of a better world for future generations. Her values of love, family, and community are what propel her to do social justice work, and more specifically, racial justice work.
At CompassPoint, she has contributed to projects such as restructuring compensation, managing technology platform migrations, implementing equitable hiring processes, and supporting structures for professional development. Jas also engages in HR panel discussions with CompassPoint’s Peer Network groups.
Though understanding the value of learned experience, Jas recognizes that one can't achieve success on education alone. She studied Sociology at San Diego State University, but she draws heavily on previous work and life experiences, community connections, and ancestral wisdom in her leadership at CompassPoint.