Jasmine Inim, M.P.H.

Research Assistant
Jasmine Inim, M.P.H. is research assistant at Advocates for Human Potential’s (AHP) Center for Research and Evaluation. Before joining AHP, she served as an assistant academic advisor for public health sciences undergraduates at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. In addition, Ms. Inim was part of a multidisciplinary research team that analyzed the disproportionate impact of drug arrests in Massachusetts. In this role, she assisted with data management tasks (cleaning, merging large datasets, and analyses reports) using Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS), and Boston Police Department (BPD) data sources for the study. She has experience working with both qualitative and quantitative datasets using statistical software (Stata and SAS), survey results, presenting analysis reports, and evidence-based programs. 

In her previous work, Ms. Inim was involved in community engagement that aimed to provide direct service initiatives to high school students to achieve education equity within underrepresented communities through collaborations with Amherst-Pelham Regional High School and Springfield’s Upward Bound in Western Massachusetts. She received her M.P.H. in epidemiology and Certificate in Civic Engagement & Public Service from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She received her B.S. in public health sciences from the same university.


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