Jasmine Pineda is an Associate Advisor at the Behavioral Insights Team Americas, supporting BIT’s Latin American portfolio. Before joining BIT, she was a part of the Education unit of the World Bank for the Latin American and Caribbean region where she worked on implementation support and evaluation on projects concerning early childhood education, teacher training, and school-based management. Jasmine also served as a Project Associate at Columbia University’s Center for Public Research and Leadership where she consulted for public sector clients regarding early literacy and school performance and management. In addition to education topics, she has conducted research on COVID-19, sustainable forest management, and exclusionary citizenship. Jasmine holds a Master in Public Affairs from Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs with a focus on international development.