Jasmine Tolbert has joined the board of Columbia River Mental Overall health Solutions, a Clark County nonprofit that supplies behavioral well being and recovery solutions for youngsters, adults and households in Southwest Washington.

Tolbert, who holds a bachelor’s degree in social science with a concentration in personnel psychology/human sources from Washington State University in Vancouver, presently serves as IVCA Clark County’s Vice President of Men and women and Culture.

She not too long ago completed 5 years with NAACP Vancouver Branch 1139, serving 1st as vice president and then as president.

She has worked in different HR capacities at for-profit corporations such as The Common and The Vancouver Clinic. She has substantial encounter in the creation and implementation of diversity, equality and inclusion policies and applications, as nicely as in human resource management.

She is a former board member for IVCA Clark County, and presently serves on the boards of the SW Washington Equity Coalition, the SW Washington Workforce, and the Washington State University Equity Diversity Advisory Board.

He is a member of the Advisory Council of the University of Washington in Vancouver.

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