Manager: Innovation and Collaboration Centre
University of South Australia, AustraliaJasmine is the Manager of the Innovation & Collaboration Centre, a strategic partnership
between the University of South Australia, SA Government and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Jasmine has more than 15 years of policy and government experience across the portfolios of
innovation and research in the higher education sector. She has held a policy adviser role for
former Premier of South Australia, John Olsen and Rob Kerin and has been actively involved in
the development of commercialisation and innovation policies for the SA State Government.
Jasmine has broad management experience gained from working and consulting with key
stakeholders across a number of strategic projects in both government and the university
sector and has an interest in supporting start-up companies, and the role of universities in
supporting entrepreneurship. Jasmine also has experience of the commercialisation and
transfer of research knowledge through her experience working in the technology transfer
office at the University of South Australia.
Jasmine manages a proof of concept seed fund at the University of South Australia called
Venture Catalyst, and has been actively involved in supporting startup companies through this
role and as the Manager of the ICC which provides incubation support to start-ups. She was
educated at the University of South Australia and holds a Bachelor Degree majoring in