Jasmin Simpson

Data Quality Specialist

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.

— Henry Ford


Jasmin’s passion for learning is something to be desired. She is a whiz at picking up new skills and knowledge. To name but a few, Jasmin is a multi-talented musician, playing the piano, bass guitar, and flute, an avid reader, and an explorer of new recipes. Sidebar: We all envy her secret skill—cutting onions without crying. Her natural curiosity has led her down a professional path of research, first as a grant researcher in grad school at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and in her current pursuits as a data quality specialist at Acertitude. Lucky for us, these traits make her superbly skilled at taking in new information and fueling our database and hiring decisions with insights. 

As data quality specialist, Jasmin supports our work of connecting businesses with brilliant leaders by building our repertoire of industry-leading, proprietary data. By maintaining a database complete with timely, reliable, and relevant information, Jasmin helps drive productivity team-wide and ensures we supply clients with useful insights throughout the search process.

Before joining Acertitude, Jasmin spent numerous years honing her skills as a researcher in fields ranging from sales to government. More recently, she worked at the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce as a fieldwork researcher, conducting both database and hands-on research to support short- and long-term goals. Her skills include sourcing and gathering data, providing personalized customer service, and creative problem-solving.

When Jasmin isn’t enhancing the quality of our data, she can be found with her husband Sean and their cat Loki at their Rhode Island home. On weekends, she is most likely nestled into the corner of the couch with her nose buried in a book or taking a hike in nature while capturing the beautiful scenery in photographs.


University of Aberdeen, M.Sc., Religion and Society