Meet Our Trainers
Jasmine Worles currently served as Advisor to the Chief of Staff at Shelby County Schools. When she’s not focused on preparing students and parents for 21st Century learning, she trains political candidates across the country on what it takes to run for office. Jasmine has trained more than 2,000 candidates from New Hampshire to Alaska on how to run successful campaigns. She has a burning desire to see reform in policy and electoral politics that reflects the needs of marginalized and underserved people. She has pushed for fluid communication between grassroots communities and local government and has also promoted the importance of civic engagement by developing Nashville’s first Black Millennial Voter Registration Rally. She has been named a Rising Star by the American Society of Public Administration and is on a continued mission to use her skills to bring the voices that matter most in Democracy to the decision making table. She lives with her husband and her newborn, Nile, and in her free time, she enjoys hoarding house plants and traveling.