Jasmine shares her passion for Information Security by presenting and teaching workshops over ten years of experience. She is an Adjunct Professor at the City University of Seattle with additional courses at Cybrary and Infosec Institute. She has Secure Programming, Web Application Pentesting, and Cloud Security certifications. She has a Master’s in Computer Science and a Graduate Certificate in Information Security and Privacy from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. She has presented her work domestically and internationally for such conferences – As the Diana Initiative, Bugcrowd, Blacks in Cybersecurity, Biohacking Village, and NotPinkCon on Mobile Security and Web Application Security. Besides Jasmine’s passion for teaching, she has a hunger for breaking barriers and biases to entry for the next generation of Information Security professionals by creating her non-profit, The Accelerated Training Program (T-ATP), t-atp.org, whose mission statement is to study the systemic exclusion of cybersecurity education to underrepresented groups through education policy along with providing quality cybersecurity education. In her spare time, she likes to stay updated on security vulnerabilities by completing capture the flag write-ups on her blog, thefluffy007.com, submitting vulnerability disclosures, and creating cybersecurity education content on her YouTube channel.