Jasmine Tolbert has joined the board of directors of Columbia River Mental Health Services, a Clark County nonprofit that provides behavioral health and recovery services for children, adults, and families in Southwest Washington.
Tolbert, who has bachelor’s degree in social science with a concentration in personnel psychology/human resources from Washington State University Vancouver, currently serves as vice president for people and culture for YWCA Clark County.
She recently concluded five years with NAACP Vancouver Branch 1139, serving first as vice president and then as president.
She has served in various human resources capacities with such for-profit businesses as The Standard and The Vancouver Clinic. She has extensive experience creating and implementing diversity, equity and inclusion policies and programs, as well as managing human resources.
She is a past board member for YWCA Clark County, and currently serves on the boards of SW Washington Equity Coalition, Workforce SW Washington, and Washington State University Equity Diversity Advisory Board.
She is a member of the Washington State University Vancouver’s Advisory Council.
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