Jasmine McDonald (B.A., American Indian Studies, with a minor in Diversity, 2015) is a member of the Nisqually Indian Tribe. She is currently working in the Office of the Tribal Attorney as an Executive Secretary/Paralegal for the Nisqually Indian Tribe. Her responsibilities include handling confidential information, scheduling appointments (estate planning for tribal members) and meetings, draft letter correspondences, coordinate travel arrangements, maintain hard copy and electronic filing system and provide other support to tribal attorneys and other departments.
Jasmine is now pursuing a Master's Degree in Social Work with a concentration in Children, Youth, and Families from the University of Southern California. She hopes to become an Indian Child Welfare caseworker for the Nisqually Tribe shortly after receiving her degree. A Master of Social Work (MSW) is a versatile degree and it will allow her to work in a variety of unique environments and populations.