Jasmine Manning
Pronouns: she/her


Jasmine Manning has spent her life using her personal and professional experiences to help others. Her ability to navigate life’s challenges is only eclipsed by her unwavering understanding to celebrate life’s triumphs.


Jasmine is a seasoned Child Welfare Professional and Staff Trainer with Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child & Family Services, a multi-service Indigenous wellbeing agency that provides a stable foundation for children, youth, and families, through wraparound services that are culturally-based and family-focused. In addition to her primary job functions, Jasmine has experience in human resources, specializing in recruitment and training. Jasmine enjoys developing and facilitating training curriculum for adult learners. She has spent most of her career working with First Nations, Metis and Inuit children, youth, families and communities providing wholistic child and family support.


Jasmine holds Bachelor Degrees in Political Science and Family and Social Relations from the University of Windsor along with a Master of Arts in Human Security and Peace building from Royal Roads University.


Jasmine has also obtained certificates in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, and Life Coaching.