Jasmin received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science at Leuphana University Lüneburg in 2018 with a bachelor thesis about Ulrich Becks risk society and its implications for the European agricultural policy. Further, she worked as a student assistant in research projects about social acceptance of medium-depth aquifer heat storages and within the project “Leverage Points for Sustainability Transformation” where she gained experience with qualitative research methods and data management. 

Since 2018, she has been studying to attain a master’s degree in “Sustainability, Society and the Environment” at the Kiel School of Sustainability. In March 2019 she began a position as a research assistant at the Institute for Environmental, Resource and Spatial Economics and since April 2020 she has been working as a research assistant in the TRIATLAS (South and Tropical Atlantic climate-based marine ecosystem prediction for sustainable management) project.