Jasmine Li

From Long Island, New York, Jasmine graduated from Dartmouth College with degrees in Linguistics and Russian Language. In the classroom, Jasmine has studied computational lingustics, at the important intersection of humanities and STEM.
Jasmine conducted research on language revitalization of the Inuktitut language and on musical surrogate languages in Western Africa. She also served as the captain of the Fencing Team, worked as a Russian Drill Instructor, and served as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Linguistics. Jasmine has worked at a top 5 US boarding school summer program, teaching Computer Science and guiding special independent projects.
She has a strong education background, having tutored Spanish and Russian, taught Medical Spanish and ESOL, and mentored high school freshmen through Teach for America’s Ignite program. At ESC, Jasmine will guide her students’ interests, forging personal and unique connections. She will utilize her multilingual and multicultural educational experiences to help students achieve their academic and personal goals. In her free time, Jasmine enjoys traveling, playing basketball, and experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.