Twenty-one year old American model and pageant queen hails from the state of Oklahoma in the United States. She recently graduated from Langston University with a bachelors of arts in broadcast Journalism. Jasmine was crowned the 67th Miss Langston University in 2013: “It was the pageant I wanted to win the most. I worked harder than I ever had to become Miss Langston University.” Jasmine said, she added that after winning the Miss Langston pageant she understood why she had gotten first-runner up at Miss Black Oklahoma that same year. “If I had won Miss Black Oklahoma I wouldn’t have been able to do the tedious work of my Miss Langston duties.”
Asked why she chose to study broadcast journalism, Jasmine explained that having her own television show has been a dream she has wanted to fulfill since a child. She had the opportunity to be a field news reporter for KSBI-TV while interning for the station during her college matriculation. Jasmine says her inspiration as a broadcast journalist is Anita Blanto, a woman who anchored on the local Oklahoma City news station. “Miss Blanton always explained to me the tough love of the industry, she told me she had been called names and that the industry will eat you up if you are not strong enough to handle it. From then on I made sure I was.”
Less than one year ago Jasmine signed with a Modelmodele agency in America and was published in their second magazine. When asked her philosophy on life, she simply stated: “What God has for you is for you and no one can ever take it away from you. Jasmine aspires to inspire. One day you will all see me on the big screen!” She is undergoing a two-week internship at TheStandard newspaper.