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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jasmine Crowe. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jasmine Crowe, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jasmine Crowe. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jasmine Crowe, often where they are interviewed.

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"Feed More & Waste Less: Jasmine Crowe with Goodr"

Supply Chain Now
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“Feed More & Waste Less: Jasmine Crowe with Goodr”
Supply Chain Now Episode 390

This episode of Supply Chain Now features Jasmine Crowe with Goodr. Jasmine Crowe is a docu-series producer and entrepreneur whose projects addressing hunger and poverty, and access to quality education have positively impacted vulnerable communities in more than 20 U.S. cities, the United Kingdom, and Haiti. Specifically, the Sunday Soul Homeless feeding initiative has successfully fed more than 50,000 and led to the founding of social technology enterprise Goodr in 2016. Under Jasmine’s leadership, Goodr has redirected more than 100,000 pounds of excess prepared foods — in addition to fresh fruits, vegetables, and other supplies — to communities in need since 2016. Jasmine holds a bachelor’s degree from North Carolina Central University and a master’s degree from Arizona State University.

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Jun 30 2020

39mins

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Corporate Purpose & Social Responsibility | Goodr CEO Jasmine Crowe

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Goodr CEO Jasmine Crowe joined The Post to discuss the role and responsibility of CEOs and companies during a time of chaos and crisis.

Jun 26 2020

16mins

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EP60 RE-RELEASE: Simple Ways to Solve a BIG Problem with Jasmine Crowe of Goodr

Culture Changers with Allison Hare
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Could solving the world’s BIGGEST problems have a simple answer? Millennial Entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe is the Founder and CEO of Goodr and she is executing a plan to end hunger. Yup, you read that right. In this time of the global pandemic, Goodr stepped up immediately and has tirelessly been out front and providing food for those affected the most.

Goodr is an Atlanta-based social impact startup leveraging technology to reduce food waste and end hunger. Backed by an amazing group of venture funds and angel investors, they have been featured by national press outlets like Forbes, Inc., CNBC, and Oprah Winfrey Network.

Jasmine Crowe talks about how she created Goodr, how it works, the ways in which she overcame the odds and raised funding for Goodr, and the impact that it is making for hunger, global climate change and effectively solving some of the world’s biggest problems. 

Episode Highlights:

  • Allison Hare introduces Jasmine Crowe. 
  • Jasmine Crowe defines what Goodr is. 
  • How did Jasmine start Goodr? 
  • She explains Black Celebrity Giving (BCG).
  • How did she get the vision for Goodr? 
  • How did she put the technological side of Goodr into place?   
  • What was the fork in the road for Jasmine Crowe’s journey?  
  • She talks about the learning curve for fundraising. 
  • What are the factors for so much food winding up in landfills?  
  • How does Goodr work as a real-time food app? 
  • How are smaller companies able to use Goodr?  
  • You can’t manage what you can’t measure.   
  • In 2021, 55% of the workforce will be millennials.  
  • 91% of millennials want to support businesses that are doing the right thing. 
  • Use compost for inedible food and your garbage disposal so that old food doesn’t wind up in landfills.
  • They discuss what food deserts are.  
  • One out of six children in the United States are going hungry. 
  • What have been the most amazing moments Jasmine Crowe has experienced by doing Goodr? 
  • Plan your work and work your plan.  
  • What does Goodr need to expand as a business? 
  • Can Jasmine measure the impact that Goodr is making?  

3 Key Points

  1. Goodr raised $1.1 million dollars when only 2% of venture capital goes to women-owned businesses, and less than half of that for women of color. 
  2. 27% of everything in our landfills today is food, which is the largest single source, a 50% increase from 40 years ago.     
  3. As food waste sits, it rots and it produces methane gas which is the number 2 contributor to global climate change.  

Tweetable Quotes:

  • (Goodr) “We are a tech-enabled food waste management company and we are leveraging technology to combat hunger and reduce food waste. I’ve been working on it since late 2016. I officially launched it in January 2017.” –Jasmine Crowe
  • “I think a lot of people have really great ideas, but lack the execution, and I made a to-do list. Like, this is step 1, step 2, this is the name, get the Facebook page.” –Jasmine Crowe
  • “I found out that my good friend was experiencing hunger. I think that was like, you know what, you got to do this, no matter what. It was an eye-opener for me because I can’t tell you how many times, she has been out in the streets feeding people with me.” –Jasmine Crowe

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May 26 2020

45mins

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#2 - Jasmine Crowe - "If you didn't care, you wouldn't keep doing it."

Creative InSanity
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Jasmine Crowe is a musical artist based in Los Angeles who won the John Lennon Song of the Year award in 2018 for her track, "Breaking Things". We talk about creativity as therapy, what her musical influences were growing up, the importance of authenticity and sacrifice in music, receiving criticism, the idea of failure, and more. She has another single releasing today called "Can't Find Love", with Nick Mair, and I strongly recommend checking it out! I'm confident that as a creative person you are going to find this conversation valuable, helping to keep you in that sacred zone of creativity.

May 21 2020

57mins

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Mar 22 2020

40mins

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Jasmine Crowe, Live from the Equality Lounge® @ CES with Spotify

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How lucky are we to have hosted Jasmine Crowe LIVE from the Equality Lounge® @ CES? Jasmine Crowe is the Founder & CEO of a company called Goodr.  She is a game changer, activist, technologist and boss who anyone would be honored to know.  What started out as cooking meals for the hungry from her apartment kitchen has now turned into a global movement to end hunger on a large scale. If you want to be moved, press play.

Mar 10 2020

9mins

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Ep 25: Can Helping the Homeless with Surplus Food be Profitable? Jasmine Crowe is Betting on It.

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For a lot of people, when they walk by someone who’s homeless, their inclination may be to look the other way. One day for Jasmine Crowe, however, she not only didn’t look the other way; she saw a profitable business opportunity in helping connect the hungry with perfectly good food the rest of us are throwing away.

Sound like a pipedream? Well, today many major food users, including the NFL, the Atlanta airport, and Netflix pay the startup Jasmine founded to take their unsold food and deliver it to the hungry. And it turns out, thanks to federal tax law, it’s profitable not only for Jasmine’s company, but for those corporations paying to have their unwanted food go to the homeless, too.

So far, Jasmine’s company Goodr has diverted more than two million pounds of food from landfills and into the stomachs of the homeless—all profitably. In this episode, we talk with Jasmine about her business model and how it’s helping the hungry while protecting the planet at the same time. 

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Sep 15 2019

31mins

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Feed More, Waste Less: Jasmine Crowe, CEO and Founder of Goodr

Culture Changers with Allison Hare
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Feed More, Waste Less: Jasmine Crowe, CEO and Founder of Goodr talks through her breakthrough idea and global impact.

Sep 03 2019

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Dining With Dignity with Jasmine Crowe of GOODR

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Anti-hunger activist Jasmine Crowe started her organization GOODR to help curtail food waste and redirect unused food to those in need. Hear all about her mission to make a difference on this week's episode.

Also, Matt and Michelle warn against the "shell on challenge," dish on CBD-infused burgers and bring you the debut of a new segment called "Total Recall!"

Apr 25 2019

1hr 11mins

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A Real Do-Goodr: Goodr Founder Jasmine Crowe

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Jasmine Crowe built her end-hunger empire by combining her passions for philanthropy and technology. Joining host Amy Koonin in the studio, Crowe shares her belief that hunger is a logistics issue and not a scarcity issue and what she and her team are doing to fix it! With backing from Spanx founder Sara Blakely, Crowe's revolutionary app, Goodr, helps restaurants rid themselves of food waste while feeding families. Do Goodr, Eat Goodr, Feel Goodr!

Aug 06 2018

28mins

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