Honors & Awards
As Artist-in-Residence at Stanford University, H. Jazmin Quill created permanent installations on campus. Alongside the creative work, Jazmin developed a program called Conversations in Creativity. There, she co-created art with Stanford students. She invited national and international artists to campus and hosted intimate conversations with a handful of students. She interviewed each artist in - what might be called - a meditation on their art. The program was based on the notion that students benefit from connecting with individuals who have listened to their own voice.
For her "infectious enthusiasm, & unequivocal joy" as well as "her extraordinary effect on Stanford undergraduates, inspiring within them intellectual excitement" Jazmin was awarded the Dinkelspiel, Stanford's highest honor for exceptional contributions to the quality of student life at Stanford.
Having served as a consultant with Accenture, she has her own firm, Associated Management Systems LLC, a consultancy based in Silicon Valley that champions creativity in the arts & the craft of story. She is Chief Storyteller with a start-up based in Paris, producing an app dedicated to the good life.
Jazmin is on the board of Walden Pond's 'Live Deliberately' youth program. She served on the board of Tara Home, a hospice in the redwoods at a Buddhist retreat. She was also a board member of the Bridge, one of the oldest peer counseling programs in the country, still based at Stanford University.