Jasmin John is a physical scientist at NOAA's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in NJ, where she conducts both independent and collaborative research investigating processes driving transitions and thresholds in the Earth System, and climate impacts on the ocean and marine ecosystems. She is also the technical lead for the management and development of NOAA/GFDL’s Earth System Models on various high performance computing platforms for participation in CMIP/IPCC and other science initiatives. She conceived and implemented GFDL’s Poster Expo event to showcase the lab’s research and develop interdisciplinary collaborations, and has served as the Chair of the CICS Research Internship Program, a joint venture between CICS and GFDL to increase diversity within their respective institutions and disciplines. She is currently a member of NOAA's Diversity and Professional Advancement Working Group. Jasmin is undertaking a development assignment at NEFSC/Sandy Hook as a member of the Class X cohort of NOAA's Leadership Competencies Development Program (LCDP). Jasmin is originally from Trinidad and Tobago, and enjoys reading, travelling, walking, and spending time and enjoying good food with family and friends.