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Formerly from:


Jasmin Johnson

Economic Development & Capacity Building


  • Human Capital Development

  • Education

  • Sustainable Development

  • International Project Management

  • Public Policy


  • Senior Management at the Prime Minister’s Office, Government of Malaysia

  • Consultant, United Nations

  • Consultant, Education Sector for Middle East North Africa (MENA) Region, World Bank


  • Malaysia 

  • Sierra Leone

  • Egypt 

  • Solomon Islands

  • South Africa

  • Oman

  • India

  • Tanzania

  • Senegal

  • Niger

Jasmin is a transformation specialist with more than 15 years of experience at the nexus of public policy, education and human capital development. She currently provides strategic policy advisory and delivery support to several national leaders in Asia and West Africa on education, human capital development and broad public sector development. As former Head of Strategic Initiatives at the High Speed Rail Corporation of Malaysia, she led the creation of a sustainable labour supply for the upcoming high speed rail project between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. As part of her work, she addressed the academic and vocational skills gap that arose in the projected labour needs, developing an avant-garde academic, technical, vocational education and training (TVET) programmes.


While working with the Middle East North Africa (MENA) division at the World Bank in Washington DC, she conducted economic analyses of higher education issues in Egypt and Syria, and designed policy solutions together with university partners. Further, as a consultant for the United Nations Department of Management in New York, she developed policy solutions and operational guidelines for UN staff in crises and emergencies.

Jasmin has a Masters degree in Public Policy from Harvard University, where she trained in education economics and international development.

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