Jasmine Crowe is the creator of Goodr, a tech-enabled sustainable food waste management company that strives to eliminate hunger and save food from landfills.

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Jasmine Crowe is working to make the world a better place by reducing food waste and ending hunger. She has hosted events in more than 20 US cities and in the UK, South Africa and Haiti. She has collected and donated more than two million food items to causes worldwide and fed more than 80,000 people through the Sunday Soul Homeless feeding initiative. 

Through her years of work feeding vulnerable populations, Crowe saw a great opportunity for technology to solve a real problem: hunger. In January 2017, Crowe founded Goodr, a food management platform that allows users in the food industry to track and redirect surplus food. Under Jasmine's direction, Goodr has now diverted nearly two million pounds of food from landfills and serves clients including Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson Airport, the NFL and Netflix.

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