Jasmine Solis earned her BA in Deaf Studies with a concentration in American Sign Language/English Interpreting from California State University, Northridge. As a student, she was President of the Deaf Studies Association and a member of the Volunteer Interpreting Program. Jasmine worked as an ASL Lab Assistant, a Peer Mentor, and most recently as the Interim Academic Advisor for the Deaf Studies Department. She has experience teaching and tutoring both Deaf and hearing students from a diversity of backgrounds. Her love for research led her to work alongside CSUN professors to conduct studies regarding the lack of People of Color within the field of Interpreting, as well as research regarding confidence and anxiety levels within the Field of Deaf Studies and the impact of the Impostor Syndrome on Students of Color. She has had the opportunity to present this research at the Triennial National Deaf People of Color Conference, The Annual Critical Race in Education Association Conference, The Civil Discourse and Social Change Student Symposium and more.