Human Services Council Staff

Jasmine Prezzie

Jasmine Prezzie. LMSW

Program Director, Norwalk Mentor Program

About Jasmine Prezzie

Jasmine Prezzie, LMSW, serves as the dedicated Director of the Norwalk Mentor Program at the Human Services Council, bringing seven years of experience in working with adults and families in the region. A proud graduate of Fordham University, where she earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work, Jasmine has a robust background in community engagement and support.

Prior to her role at the Human Services Council, Jasmine held the position of Fatherhood Program Coordinator at the Saint Joseph Parenting Center of Stamford. In this capacity, she played a pivotal role in recruiting and training facilitators for parenting classes while providing essential case management and advocacy for parents.

Jasmine’s commitment to mentoring has been a consistent theme in her career. Her passion led her to volunteer at various organizations, including Norwalk’s George Washington Carver Center and the I Have A Dream Program. Furthermore, she served on the Person-to-Person Scholarship Committee, demonstrating her active involvement in community initiatives.

As the Director of the Norwalk Mentor Program, Jasmine takes on the crucial responsibility of recruiting and training new mentors. These mentors are then thoughtfully matched with students in the Norwalk Public Schools, a role that she coordinates across all 22 schools in the district. Notably, Jasmine’s journey has come full circle, as she is a graduate of Norwalk Public Schools and was once a mentee in the Norwalk Mentor Program, benefiting from the guidance of a mentor for over 10 years. Her personal connection to the program adds a unique and meaningful dimension to her leadership.

Jasmine Prezzie’s return to the Human Services Council represents a full circle moment, as she continues to dedicate her skills, experience, and passion to the mentorship program that played a significant role in her own life.

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