Jasmine Hawamdeh is currently the Manager of Communications at the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), a civil rights organization dedicated to defending the rights of people of Arab descent in the United States. In her role, Hawamdeh is responsible for overseeing ADC’s communications strategy, including media outreach, public relations, and social media management. She also works to promote ADC’s mission and advocate for the Arab-American community through various forms of content creation and engagement.
In addition to her position at ADC, Jasmine Hawamdeh is also an artist. Her artwork explores themes of identity, memory, and belonging, often drawing inspiration from her experiences as a first-generation Arab-American. Hawamdeh’s work has been exhibited in art shows across Canada, the UK and the United States, and she has also worked on various public art projects. Her passion for art and creative expression is an integral part of her identity and informs her work as a communicator and advocate.
Hawamdeh holds a iBBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University.