Audio Journalist & Archival Researcher @JasmineMonet_
Jasmine M. Ellis is an award-winning audio journalist and archival researcher. She is pursuing her second master’s in history, concentrating on public history and African American women’s history at Howard University. Jasmine’s intellectual interests include Black women’s experiences and contributions during the Civil Rights Movement and the Black Power Movement. Most recently, she was an associate producer at Slate Podcasts. In this role, Jasmine worked on several shows, including as an archival researcher for the award-winning podcast, Slow Burn: The L.A. Riots. She has a background in public radio, having reported and produced stories for Mississippi Public Broadcasting in Jackson and WHYY in Philadelphia. Jasmine also worked as the podcast specialist for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She produced the Access Atlanta: Things to do in Atlanta podcast and hosted a dispatch from Stacey Abrams’ election night watch party for the Politically Georgia podcast while at the publication. Jasmine’s an alumna of Spelman College and Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, a 2022 IWMF Lauren Brown Fellow, a 2021 IWMF Women to Watch Round-Up selectee, a 2020 IWMF Gwen Ifill Fellow, a 2019 AIR New Voices Scholar, and a 2016 White House Correspondents' Association scholarship recipient. In 2015, she was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society.