Program Manager of Caregiver and Community Education
Jasmine Sligh joined the Cleveland Clinic in 2014 and is currently the Program Manager for Caregiver and Community Education. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Morgan State University where she continued her education and earned a Master’s Degree in Public Health. As a public health advocate she has worked as a clinical research coordinator on several clinical trials across a multitude of specialties including endocrinology, oncology, and most recently neurology. It was in that role that she developed an understanding that the care-partner needs as much if not more support than the patient. Switching roles from direct patient care, she now oversees the many community education and support programs offered at the center.