Yasmine is a dedicated supporter of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. She is a C0-Founder and the Chief Scientific Officer of Neuralpositive. Neuralpositive makes scalable, Medical Music. Throughout her career, she has endeavored to create work that draws attention to injustice and projects a more peaceful, more equitable future for all of humanity and the environment.
Yasmine is an entrepreneur, academic, and composer. Before leaving the arts to focus entirely on the commercialization of her research, Yasmine established a reputation as a dynamic, versatile storyteller. Her work has been supported by the UN, the EU, Greenpeace, the NEA, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and many other entities. She has written music for Big Machine Record Labels, Sony, Kobalt and many other major entities. She has staged her work with national theatres, national touring theatres, West End venues, Equity, and on stages across Europe, in North America and in Africa. She has collaborated with the Swedish national government and has been published by Oberon Books, Kobalt Records, the BBC radio and many other entities. Her musical works have reached commercial radio charts in the United Kingdom and the United States. She now records and releases music as Van Wild and as Yasmine Van Wilt through her record label, Van Wilt Records, and in association with Kobalt Records.
She is a producer on the 2018 documentary PBS film Into The Light, a film that broke network records.
She is an artist-in-residence for the Columbia University Global Mental Health Program and a Fellow of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Royal Society of the Arts. She is funded by Cornell University and the Jacob’s Technion Institute at Cornell Tech and is conducting experiments and testing at Cornell Weill, with collaborators from across Cornell Weill and Columbia University.
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Yasmine’s plays, radio plays, transmedia audio works, poems, songs, and critical writings are available online.