Graduate & Family Housing East Staff

Jasmine King

Residential Community Coordinator

Jasmine King serves as the Residential Community Coordinator for Graduate and Family Housing East. She is originally from the Chicagoland area. Jasmine received a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communication and a Master of Education in Adult & Higher Education from Northern Illinois University (NIU).  After her undergraduate experience she became a Graduate Hall Director at her alma mater, where she completed her Master’s degree. Most recently, Jasmine joins us from Santa Monica Community College, where she worked in the African American and Latino Center. Prior to that, she served as a Community Coordinator at California State University, Fullerton. Her passion areas include authenticity, leadership development, and supervision. In her free time she enjoys hanging out at the dog park with her husband and Shih Tzu/Maltese mix, DIY crafting, sewing, and traveling.


Brielle Brack

Graduate Residential Community Coordinator

Brielle Brack is the Graduate Residential Community Coordinator for Graduate and Family Housing East. She graduated from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey with degrees in psychology and public health. While at Rutgers, Brielle served as a Resident Assistant for two years, where she gained experience working with students of highly diverse backgrounds. There, she solidified her passion for mental health awareness and advocacy. Utilizing this involvement, she is currently a Master’s student studying social work pursuing a concentration in Children, Youth, and Families. To appreciate self-care, her free time is spent practicing yoga and Reiki, hiking, and adventuring of all sorts. Brielle enjoys traveling and experiencing local culture and cuisine. She considers herself a sushi connoisseur and Netflix enthusiast. Joining the Trojan family is a wonderful opportunity to satiate both the wanderlust and foodie within while maintaining her important relationship with Residential Education and student development. Let’s go Trojans!