Jasmine N. Hall Ratliff is the Executive Director of Build Missouri Health (BMH), a statewide nonprofit working towards achieving health equity in Missouri. As the organization’s first Executive Director, she will be developing the organization’s strategic plan, activating its priority areas and building partnerships across the state. Prior to joining BMH, Jasmine held leadership and business development roles at Keecha Harris and Associates, a Black-woman owned national consulting firm, and as a program officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation where she developed and funded grant program addressing healthy food access and policy at state and national levels. Early in her career she worked with the Missouri Foundation for Health where she directed the women’s health and children’s oral health grant programs.
Mrs. Hall Ratliff earned a Master of Health Administration from the Saint Louis University School of Public Health and a BA from the University of Virginia (Go Hoos!). She has presented at numerous national conferences on food policy and philanthropy, has been published in blogs and peer reviewed journals and has completed various national fellowships. Mrs. Hall Ratliff resides in St. Louis, MO with her husband, teenage child and 4-legged children Kasey the tortoise and JT the cat.