Jasmine Hill is a writer, educator, organizer and Ph.D candidate in Sociology at Stanford University. She is a National Poverty Fellow at the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and co-editor of Inequality in the 21st Centurywith David B. Grusky (Westview Press 2017). As a sociologist and researcher, she studies the social determinants of health which most impact low-income communities of color. Since 2014, Jasmine has served as an advisor and research consultant to the Alameda County Care Alliance (ACCA), a faith based initiative that assists the mental, physical and spiritual well-being of families managing advanced illness. The ACCA relies on an expanding network of 14 churches in the Bay Area to help thousands of patients and caregivers navigate the health care system and reduce inequities in care. She is proudly the daughter of Reverend Cynthia Carter Perrilliat, the founding executive director and community activist behind the ACCA. Before graduate school, Jasmine worked as a non-profit consultant on issues ranging from to the school-to-prison pipeline and domestic violence. She currently lives and collects data in the Greater Los Angeles area.