Jasmine Brandl is fully ready for re-entering society as a productive, healthy member. In fact, this is the second time that Jasmine has been suitable for parole. At the age of 16, she was tried and sentenced as an adult and has spent 13 years in prison. In that time, she has co-founded with three other prisoners the Juvenile Offenders Committee (JOC), and has built the organization from the ground up to empower young women inside and outside of prison to find their self worth. She has completed both Offices Services and Graphic Arts certifications and has participated in many self-help groups, such as anger management, stress and trauma, domestic violence, celebrate recovery, houses of healing, alternatives to violence (AVP), conflict resolution, and grief group. She is also currently actively involved in Narcotics Anonymous and the Long Termers Organization. Jasmine has solid parole plans and has demonstrated a strong capacity to take on leadership and responsibility in positive ways and a sincere desire and ability to contribute meaningfully to society.