Jasmine Stewart, President
In 2015, Ms. Stewart joined Goldbelt to help start up Frontier. She is originally from Ketchikan, Alaska and has worked for Tlingit tribes in various capacities for over ten years. While working in Alaska, she focused on physical and behavioral health and juvenile justice initiatives with Indian Health Services, State of Alaska, Center for Disease, and Department of Justice. In 2008, she was a part of the U.S. Army Warrior Transition Unit Triad of care, and worked on the development of programs related to pain management, post-traumatic stress disorder, and sleep management. Ms. Stewart received her MSW from Washington University-St. Louis.