A dynamic early childhood specialist, Yasmin is passionate about empowering parents and caregivers to feel confident in their relationships with children. Her work focuses on meeting her clients where they are in their own development and then guiding their growth to best meet the needs of their children and families. Yasmin draws on a wide range of experiences to inform her practice. She has worked as a teacher, a director and consultant in a number of early childhood settings across the United States and abroad. She is known for her warmth, honesty and authenticity.
Yasmin is an advisor and course instructor at Bank Street College of Education where she also obtained an MS in Infant and Family Development and Early Intervention. She is certified in Early Childhood Special and General Education from birth through 2nd grade. Her undergraduate degree is from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY, where she focused on Child Development and developed her passion at the renowned Early Childhood Center.
One of Yasmin’s favorite ways to share information and empower caregivers is through a mix of simple visuals, interactive questions, and curated resources. She is smart, engaging, and approachable and this is reflected in her workshops. Participants should expect to walk away with both a stronger understanding of the topic and strategies to take home and try right away. There is always plenty of time at the end for questions since every family comes with their own unique experiences and circumstances.
What Families are Saying
Thanks to the guidance and support of Yasmin and the workshop she lead, my husband and I feel like we are back on track with our toddler. We couldn’t have done it without her!
Last night was so great...I did make sure to have that special connection time with both little kids - and it made my extraction to go to work SO much easier.
I really feel like you reframed so much of the struggle for me!
My partner and I both feel completely empowered and inspired.
Yasmin empowered us as parents and made us feel like we could guide our toddler through this phase without ripping our own hair out.
Toddlers suck. Yasmin makes it less sucky.