Jasmine Lillich

How do your colleagues describe you?

“A strong leader.”

“Her energy is contagious!”

“She cares deeply for her community.”

“Jasmine gives it her all and you can tell she loves what she does.”

Why do you do what you do?

I believe small businesses are the backbone of a vibrant and resilient community. Owning a small business that fulfills a community need is the most empowering and rewarding part of my life. I envision a strong diverse web of small businesses in Columbia County, working for the benefit of future generations. I’m here to help bring that vision to fruition!

Bio:

Jasmine comes from five generations who have called Clatskanie home. She loves local agriculture and building community! She has a Bachelor of Science in Outdoor Adventure Leadership with a certificate in Sustainability Leadership and a minor in Business Administration from Southern Oregon University (SOU). While at SOU she managed their campus farm and was mentored by the United Nations Consultant for Organic Agriculture. Her most valuable education has come from elders in the communities she has lived. Jasmine is a regenerative farmer, forager, farm-to-table food producer, executive director of a nonprofit organization, founder of a local food hub, agritourism business owner, and community organizer.