Jasmin Londono-Jenkins, M.S.c.

CIP Brevard Melbourne, Florida

Jasmin Londono-Jenkins, M.S.c.

Jasmin has worked in the field of developmental disabilities for the past 13 years, teaching students on the autism spectrum from 3 to 18 years of age with varying abilities and joins CIP Brevard as the Social Skills Coordinator. Throughout her career, she found the most joy working with students in transition classrooms, helping them realize their full potential and preparing them for success in neurotypical academic settings.

As the Social Skills Coordinator, Jasmin works closely with all department heads and student advisors to ensure the success of every student across all services provided by CIP. In order to achieve these successes, she aids students in the development of effective social communication skills, confidence building, and supports students towards building valuable, sustainable, and meaningful relationships. Jasmin earned a Master of Science in Profound and Complex Learning Disabilities with a specialization in Autism Studies and Positive Psychology from the University of Manchester, UK.

She also holds a bachelor degree in Health Science from the University of Miami. Her degree and her interests brought her to work as a Special Education Teacher, Secondary Learning Support Coordinator at the Danube International School, Assistant Principal, and a Board Certified Registered Behavior Technician. While living in Europe, Jasmin was asked to be a guest speaker at two international autism conferences in the Czech Republic.

When Jasmin is not in the office, she is spending time with her two rambunctious boys, her husband, and their rescue pup Sadie running around at the park or enjoying the tide pool at Sebastian Inlet. Jasmin has a passion for traveling having lived in New Delhi, India and Vienna, Austria and has visited over 43 countries. She is fascinated by different cultures, languages and international cuisine.

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