U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP)
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Jasmine Miller is a program advisor for Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Recently, she supported the Employee Engagement Center of Excellence, working with stakeholders across CBP, DHS, and outside the agency to address longstanding challenges in the areas of engagement and morale. During her time at CBP, she has been involved in operations management, human capital, workforce planning, process improvement, and data analysis for the Office of Information and Technology. Before joining CBP, Jasmine worked in private industry with a focus on recruitment and account management. The merging of private industry and federal government experiences allows her to incorporate the strengths of both in order to improve government operations. The collaboration between government and industry also attracted her to Young AFCEA. Jasmine has been an active member of the Government Advisory Council for Young AFCEA Bethesda since 2016. Jasmine is a native Northern Virginian and graduate of George Mason University with a Bachelor’s degree in Management.