Jasmine Manalo is the Communications and Outreach Intern for Futures Without Violence’s Health Team, home of the National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence, where she uses her experiences in community health assessment, research, and planning educate providers on the health impacts of violence. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Education from San Francisco State University. Her passion for holistic health also led her to become a Nutrition Educator for Catholic Charities - San Francisco, where she visits local Bay Area Catholic schools to teach students the basics of proper nutrition. In the future, she hopes to continue public health work that empowers and advocates for populations whose health is affected by the social injustices of our society. Jasmine Manalo moved to San Francisco from Los Angeles because she was attracted to the liberating and cultural environment the city is known for. In her free time, you’ll most likely find her in a coffee shop, at the beach, working out, eating sushi, or outdoors with her dog.