JASMINE RUCKER, MURP | COMMUNITY PLANNING MANAGER
MS Urban and Regional Planning, Portland State University, 2016
BS Political Science, Legal Studies, Portland State University, 2013
Able to identify key issues in complex situations; evaluate options and provide recommendations based on current data and planning best practices.
Guided by diversity. Proactively centers the most vulnerable in planning decision-making.
Understands and articulates the links between transportation, land use, housing, economic development, environment and natural resources, and governance.
Develops and assists in the implementation of strategies that address housing access, community economic development, public space, the environment, and other quality-of-life issues.
Jasmine has over five years of experience specializing in the review and comprehension of federal, state, and local laws; and translating matters of law and public policy for the public audience.
As the Community Planning Manager for Design+Culture Lab, Jasmine can be called upon to play both direct project management or technical advisory roles.
While earning her master's degree in urban and regional planning, Jasmine designed, conducted and published independent research on public spaces and human experience in Beijing, China.