Jasmin Agosto is the Festival Manager for the Gallatin Arts Festival. She is a Gallatin MA candidate studying artist entrepreneurship and sustainable urban revitalization. For her thesis, she will be making a short documentary about Hartford-based community-engaged artists, how they sustain themselves and envision a thriving city. Her plan is to establish a Hartford-based artist cooperative in the near future. Agosto’s background is primarily in producing, youth development, and arts administration. As an undergraduate, she was a student organizer of the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival and Youth 4 Change Conference in Hartford, CT through Trinity College's chapter of Temple of Hip Hop. After college, she worked as a Program and Grants Manager for youth-focused cultural and media arts non-profits in Hartford: Sankofa Kuumba Cultural Arts Consortium and Young! Studios.