Jasmine N. Hall Ratliff is a program officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Her work to create a culture of health across the country includes reducing childhood obesity through policy change and advocacy and connecting community development with health outcomes. In addition she is on a foundation-wide team exploring program related investments that support RWJF’s mission to improve the health and health care of all Americans. She approaches all of her work with a particular commitment to improving the health of communities of color. Jasmine received her Master’s in Health Administration from the Saint Louis University School of Public Health and her BA from the University of Virginia. Jasmine is a Virginia native and is married with a young daughter.
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