Jasmine is a tenacious journalist who’s reporting covers a wide range of issues from social justice to climate change. A recipient of the prestigious Nieman Fellowship at Harvard, Jasmine was named one of the 19 women changing journalism in 2019 by the International Women’s Media Foundation. A skilled producer, shooter and editor: she’s a firm believer in using journalism to shed light on the unseen.
Face to Face: Black Market Adoptions
Sole producer on this Nightline investigation into the Black Market adoptions that occurred decades ago in the small town of McCaysville, GA. With the help of Ancestry DNA, we reunite one woman with her birth mother, who alleges her baby was stolen from her at birth.