Board of Directors

Vice Chair

Anna King was extremely honored when she was asked to work on this amazing initiative for young women. She looks forward to working with Posh Pack to collect and donate Posh Packs to local schools. Additionally, she looks forward to using her background in education to work with school boards to increase the number of feminine hygiene products available to students. Throughout her career as a teacher, Anna has always tried to live by the quote, "You must be the change you want to see in the world.”by Mahatma Gandhi. She is excited to putting these words into action. 

 

Anna was born and raised in Georgia. She grew up in Marietta and attended school in the Cobb County School District. After graduating high school she attended the University of West Georgia for her Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education. After graduating from the University of West Georgia she became a teacher in the Cobb County School District. She later went back to receive her endorsement in ESOL. She has been working as a teacher for over 10 years and was honored in to be named Teacher of the Year for the 2017-2018 school year. She currently works as an ESOL Lead Teacher for her school in the Cobb County School District. Anna resides in the Metro-Atlanta area with her husband and schnoodle Maggie. 

Treasurer

Jasmine Peterson, PA-C, is a board certified physician assistant providing services to patients at Southside Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Peterson has a passion for working with adults, adolescents, and children, and she focuses on assisting various individuals with identifying ways to improve their overall health. She graduated from Winston-Salem State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Shortly after completing her undergraduate program, Ms. Peterson volunteered in Colombia, South America for three months where she provided aid and counseling services at an orphanage for sexually abused children. After her volunteer experience, Ms. Peterson received her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, as well as a certificate in the Social Determinants of Health from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health. 
 
While matriculating through her graduate program, Ms. Peterson began to develop a passion for serving the underserved and empowering patients through health education. In doing so, Ms. Peterson pursued her Physician Assistant (PA) degree from Emory University School of Medicine in 2015. Ms. Peterson is dedicated to not only providing direct clinical care to each of her patients, but also making an impact on improving the health and wellness of the surrounding community. Ms. Peterson is a member of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants and the American Academy of Physician Assistants. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and enjoys hot yoga, listening to audiobooks, traveling, and participating in adventurous, thrill-seeking activities.

Secretary

Jasmine Sturdivant is the National Manager of Asthma Education at the American Lung Association, where She develops and promotes programs for adult and pediatric asthma that emphasizes the importance of understanding and requesting guidelines-based asthma care. Additionally, Jasmine tracks Medicaid coverage of seven areas of guidelines-based asthma care, along with nine barriers to care. Before this role, Jasmine leveraged resources to advocate for Lung Association-supported public policy on lung health related issues.

 

Jasmine holds a master of public health degree from Walden University and a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from North Carolina A&T State University. Jasmine currently resides in Apex, NC with her husband. In her spare time Jasmine enjoys spending time with family and friends and sharpening her medical skills by watching Grey’s Anatomy every Thursday on ABC. 

 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“The lack of menstrual products can have both physical and psychological
stress. The fact that menstrual periods involve bodily fluids and bloodborne
pathogens creates additional implications for public health, hygiene and
sanitation.”

 

- Posh Pack Treasurer Jasmine Peterson, PA

 

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