Jasmine M. Johnson
Visiting Fellow
Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy

Jasmine McGinnis Johnson is an associate professor in public administration and public policy at the George Washington University. Johnson's research interests broadly relate to the areas of the democratization of philanthropy, the effect of board networks on funding, and the changing nature of human resource issues in nonprofit organizations.

Johnson’s academic accomplishments include publications in the following academic journals: Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly, International Public Management Journal, Public Management Review, Administration and Society, and the Review of Public Personnel Management. Jasmine attained her doctorate in 2012 in a joint degree program between Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology in public policy. Before pursuing her PhD, Jasmine worked in the nonprofit sector for several years as a development and evaluation senior manager.

Research Areas
Nonprofits and philanthropy