Jasmine Zenn ’19 is from Katy, TX and a tenor saxophone player in the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band. Jasmine is an economics major with a minor in business. Jasmine’s home outfit is C-Company and she is currently the Career Readiness/Scholastics Officer and Chaplin for the Infantry Band.
Throughout her time in the Corps, Jasmine has served as the Finance Corporal and Sergeant, C-Company Chaplain and on the BBQ chain every year. Jasmine also attended the 2018 Intentional Leadership Conference and has excelled academically as a Liberal Arts Honors student and Terry Scholar.
Jasmine serves as the building supervisor for the Ash I Leadership Learning Center. Off the Quad, Jasmine is an intern for the Career Center and works with the early childhood ministry at her church. Jasmine was previously involved with international leadership, being named the 2018 Co-Director for the Aggie Orientation Leader Program and a member of Aggies to Aggies.
Post-graduation, Jasmine plans to attend graduate school for higher education. Jasmine said her passion is working with college students and hopes to one day work at Texas A&M assisting first and second year students. Jasmine has a call to serve and a desire to help others. She is an exceptional cadet and we wish her the best of luck in all her future endeavors!