Jasmine L Brown
Jasmine is an award-winning senior producer with ABC News ‘World News Tonight with David Muir.' A tenacious journalist with more than a decade of experience, her 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 (IWMF). A skilled producer, shooter and editor: she’s a firm believer in using journalism to shed light on the unseen.
Before joining 'World News Tonight,' Jasmine worked as a producer for ABC News 'Nightline.’ During her time at ABC News, she has worked on numerous breaking news specials and long-form hours. Her work has been honored with three Edward R. Murrow Awards, a Gracie Award, and 19 dozen News & Documentary Emmy Award nominations.
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.
Throughout her career, she has been awarded numerous fellowships and grants from organizations like the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, IWMF, and Fulbright Germany. In 2006, Jasmine was selected as a Gates Millennium Scholar.
She holds a MA in Journalism from New York University and is a proud alumnus of Vassar College, where she received her BA in American Culture and Drama.
In her spare time, Jasmine volunteers with the New Rochelle Council on the Arts. She holds a M.A. in Journalism from New York University and a B.A. double major in American Culture and Drama from Vassar College.
A storyteller at heart, she is a lover of theatre, live jazz and Cleveland sports (there’s always next year).