Jasmine Plummer is a Métis beneficiary from Tłegǫ́hłı̨ (where the oil is, Norman Wells). She has grown up in the Sahtú almost all her life with her McDonald family, and graduated from Mackenzie Mountain School in 2016. After five years of on the job training as a mechanic, Jasmine joined the SRRB in 2020 as the Sahtú Youth Network Intern. She is very passionate about helping youth in the Sahtú build stronger relationships with themselves and the land. For her, being on the land with her family since the age of three has made her into the strong-minded person she is today. She takes pride in the knowledge she has gained from her late grandmother Ruby McDonald and her other relatives. Jasmine is a strong Indigenous woman wanting to see the youth in her surrounding communities excel, to have a voice and be the change they want to see in the region.