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Posted by Lauren Hertel on Wednesday, September 28 2016


Jasmine Hyman

PEO, the international women's philanthropic educational organization, that awards scholarships, grants, and loans to women around the world, recently awarded two Connecticut graduate students a total of $30,000 through the Scholar Awards Program.

Jasmine Hyman the second $15,000 PEO Scholar Award winner, is a doctoral candidate at Yale University School of Forestry and Environment. She seeks to identify design principles for global climate finance processes that promote equitable development and social justice. Prior to the Yale research, Jasmine was Director of Programs and Partnerships for the Gold Standard Foundation. She has worked at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Ms. Hyman recently completed an appointment at the United Nations Financing for Development office.

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