Jasmine Park graduated cum laude from Harvard University in 2014 with a degree in history and East Asian studies. Her senior honors thesis explored how new forms of communication could impact transnational activism under authoritarian regimes by looking at international Christian social networks during the South Korean democratization movement. Upon graduation, Jasmine worked in the legal services unit of Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles, where she helped low-income, limited-English-speaking survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault with their family and immigration law cases. Jasmine recently returned from Cambodia where she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer, teaching English and training teachers at a rural high school in western Cambodia. At Yale, Jasmine is interested in exploring how social media can be used as a tool to address global inequality with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region.