About Jasmine

Jasmine Stewart was born and raised in Georgia but now serves in the United States Army as a human resources specialist, currently at Fort Hood. She received a bachelor’s degree from Georgia Southern University where she studied Public Relations and Marketing. She is currently a grad student at Excelsior College, pursuing a Master’s of Business Administration with concentration in Human Resources Management.

Jasmine also has interest in travel, volleyball, modeling, mentoring youth, classical music/violin, learning the French language. She recently began training to be a certified travel agent. She started modeling as a hobby in college and hopes to continue it as a hobby as she is not interested in an actual modeling career. From grade school to high school, Jasmine played in the Richmond County Honor Orchestra and is now looking for an instructor to help her refresh her skills. She took three years of French while in high school and is continuing her learning as she believes she may end up settling in Europe upon retiring from the military.

Her favorite novels tend to be those based on crime suspense or forbidden love. Her most recent reads are:
“Slave and Sister” (Sabra Waldfogel)
“Company Commander (Charles B. Macdonald)
“Memoirs of a Geisha” (Arthur Golden)
“The House Girl” (Tara Conklin)
“When and Where I Enter” (Paula Giddings)

Id So Rather Be Reading

For access to information on travel training or to book your next vacation, visit Jasmine’s Travel Agent site by clicking below:



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