Jasmine Olins joined Fort Point Associates, Inc. (FPA) as an Urban/Environmental Planning Intern in March 2023, before joining full-time in May 2023. Jasmine received a Master of Arts in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University in May 2023. Her focus areas of study include sustainable design and coastal resilience, and her master’s thesis is aimed at providing coastal resiliency recommendations for sea level rise, erosion, coastal storms, and flooding on Cape Cod. In 2019, Jasmine received a Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University in Environmental Studies and Economics.
Jasmine supports the FPA staff on various urban and environmental planning and permitting projects in coastal resiliency, public infrastructure, clean energy deployment and institutional master planning. She has worked to prepare environmental documentation, including MEPA, Chapter 91 Waterways and Wetlands Protection Act.
Prior to joining FPA, Jasmine worked as an intern at the Cape Cod Commission, focusing on projects related to natural resources, coastal resilience, and wetlands regulations on Cape Cod. She also worked as a planning intern with Principle Group, LLC in Boston, where she supported a wide range of community planning and design projects, engaged with communities around the Boston area and worked on master planning and design.