Jasmin Herro is an Indigenous business woman and entrepreneur who has owned and operated several successful businesses over the past two decades. She has comprehensive work and management experience in a wide variety of industries. A descendant from the Torres Strait Islands – Mer (Murray) Island, Jasmin is a registered artist with the Australian Indigenous Art Code and has created, designed and launched two Indigenous brands: Tjindgarmi stationery and office products and Teter Mek story books and classroom resources. She is an international keynote speaker on supplier diversity and Indigenous business. She is the current CEO of the Teter Mek Foundation which creates products and programs that encourages school children of all ages and backgrounds to connect with their local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. She lives with her family in Sydney.