Yasmin Kloth, M.S.

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Chief, Communications and Outreach, NIH BRAIN Initiative
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Yasmin Kloth, M.S., is chief of communications and outreach at the NIH BRAIN Initiative. In this role, she makes connections and fosters collaborations with the communications offices of BRAIN Initiative partners—inside and outside the NIH. In addition, she develops strategic communications plans in support of the BRAIN Initiative’s mission. Previously, Yasmin was a supervisory communications team lead at the All of Us Research Program where she coordinated public health communications campaigns designed to reach diverse audiences. Yasmin began her health communications career as a practicum intern at the National Center of Complementary and Integrative Health. She started as a writer, but quickly became exposed to the early days of social media, and how digital platforms can be used as powerful tools for communicating and disseminating health information. Prior to coming to the NIH, Yasmin worked in journalism—first at National Public Radio and then at the Cincinnati Enquirer. She has her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Georgetown University. Yasmin lives in Cincinnati, OH with her husband and daughter. An avid yoga practitioner, when she’s not sitting, she might be standing on her head.