My name is Jasmine Hyppolite and I am a junior living in Dunster House! I study Government and am pursuing the TechScience program as I love learning about the intersection of technology and public service as well as finding innovative ways to more effectively govern. I previously served as the first Director of Diversity and Outreach and now stand as the Vice President of the Institute of Politics. I hold public service close to my heart because I believe it is the most impactful and important ways to way to initiate change and equity on a large scale. As we stand in an imperfect nation, I believe we all have a civic duty to ourselves and our nation to advocate, speak up, and walk the talk of change and a better tomorrow. Public Service and representative politics can get us there. I look forward to incorporating diversity and inclusion into the mission of the Institute of Politics and bringing new initiatives to allow students to define politics, work for organizations they care about, and create more opportunities for students to craft events at the IOP so we are always bringing new perspectives to the table and discussing what matters to the student body and our generation. I have previously served as the Political Action Chair of the Black Students Association and a student representative for the Harvard College Women's Center.
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