Jasmine Brown is a segment producer with ABC News 'Nightline' based in New York City. In her reporting, she aims to take on political and societal issues and give them a human lens. Some of her most meaningful work has been on race relations and incarceration in America. Before joining 'Nightline', she worked her way up through the ranks at '20/20.' In 2016, she received an Emmy nomination for Best Story "Tragedy in Charleston" and won the Edward R. Murrow award for News Series "Nightline: Face-to-Face." Jasmine is also the recipient of the 2014 Front Page Award for Diane Sawyer’s interview with Malala Yousafzai and the 2013 CINE Golden Eagle Award for an investigation into the FLDS community. In 2012, she contributed to ABC News’ Peabody Award winning coverage of Superstorm Sandy. In her spare time, Jasmine volunteers as a Wish Granter with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She holds a MA in Journalism from New York University and a BA from Vassar College.