Jasmine McGinnis Johnson

Jasmine McGinnis Johnson is an Assistant Professor at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, George Washington University. Her research agenda is broadly focused on nonprofit governance and is at the intersection of public administration and nonprofit research. governance. She examines how lay citizens, boards and/or employees of nonprofit organizations impact nonprofits’ effectiveness at the industry, market, and societal levels. I do so through three research areas. First, I study the implications of variations in nonprofit governance, within the context of foundations. Second, I study how nonprofit organizations are shaped by the philanthropic funding environment. Third, I focus on the causes and consequences of how nonprofits shape their human resource practices. Prior to becoming an academic Jasmine spent her public service career in evaluation and development for several small human service nonprofits.  Additional information is available at jasminemcginnisjohnson.com