Jasmine Sjarif has a multisectoral background having worked in the private and development sector across both North America and the Asia Pacific region. Her expertise lies within health systems, with a particular focus on enhancing universal health coverage, health systems resilience, and primary care. She currently works with Aceso Global, supporting the implementation of the new policy center at the Ministry of Health of Indonesia, as well as at the World Bank in Indonesia, developing the National Stunting Program and procuring essential health equipment to public health facilities across the nation. Previously, she was a management consultant developing business development and market entry strategies for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries in the Asia Pacific region. She has a Master of Health Administration (MHA) from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cell, and Development Biology from UCLA. She is bilingual in Bahasa Indonesia and English.