Ph.D. Student, Sociology – UC Berkeley
Center for Equity, Gender & Leadership at Haas School of Business
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Jasmine Sanders is a Sociology PhD student at the University of California, Berkeley where she researches organizational inequality, culture, and workplace policies and practices. Jasmine is currently contributing to research exploring organizational belonging in the workplace, gendered conceptions of work/life balance in tech companies, and various projects on equity and accessibility. She has a master's degree in Sociology and Education from Columbia University, and a BA in English from Spelman College.
Jasmine is a graduate research fellow at the Center for Equity, Gender and Leadership (EGAL) at Berkeley Haas where, in partnership with Anaplan, she drove research efforts contributing to the Advancing Belonging in Organizations playbook. This included a systematic review of academic and practitioner literature, conducting participant interviews and focus groups, and translating research findings into actionable strategies for corporate leaders.