Based in Sacramento, California, Jasmine Partida is a Business Strategist and Activist specializing in Digital strategy. Jasmine is passionate about the empowerment of women and civic leadership. Her professional time has been spent working to advance individuals and companies as they bring their brand and narratives together. Whether it’s through strategic public information campaigns, social media engagement, website redesigns, or timed news stories, Jasmine understands the challenges you face when growing your brand recognition and online presence. Using her impeccable technical skills and unique creativity, she combines branding and artistry to place individuals and companies far ahead of their competition.
As committed as Jasmine is in the technology field, she is the same in her advocacy. In November of 2016, she joined the Women’s March on Washington as the National External Communications Manager. This allowed her to establish outreach and communication for over 300,000 marchers and 450 sister city organizers by originating email strategies and social media campaigns and overseeing 50 state Facebook accounts. Jasmine is co-founder and served as first elected Vice President of Women’s March California, a 501 c(3) with thirteen chapters statewide.
Today Jasmine volunteers with multiple advocacy groups including Allies for Black Women and Fair & Factual: Parents for Representation in Education.
She has consulted on inclusivity and communications with over 400 groups, nonprofits, and companies, and launched her podcast When Women Speak in 2019 to bring forth stories of societal and economic structures that hold women back from using their voice – and how we break through those barriers – together.