Jasmen Rogers-Shaw (she/her/hers) exists precariously at the intersections of racial and gender justice and has worked for several years advancing legislation that centers Black women, co-creating curriculum that makes the political process accessible, and building a base of women of color committed to Reproductive Justice. In her current role as the Senior Associate of Reproductive Rights at the State Innovation Exchange (SiX), Jasmen is working collaboratively to build a cadre of state legislators dedicated to reproductive freedom through proactive legislation. In her previous role as the Staff and Policy Director at the Miami Workers Center, Jasmen curated several spaces across the state of Florida that have brought together over 2,000 Black women to build a shared political agenda and worked on several issue campaigns to uplift the humanity of women of color. She also serves on the Broward County Commission on the Status of Women and serves as the Policy Chair on the Board of Directors for both Ruth’s List Broward and Women’s March Florida. Jasmen’s work has been featured in Miami’s Most Interesting, Miami Girls Make History, and FIU’s 100: Women and Social Justice.