Jasmine Crowe Houston is an award-winning social entrepreneur, TED Speaker, and the founder and CEO of Goodr, a sustainable food waste management company that leverages technology to combat hunger and food waste. In 2017, after years of feeding people experiencing homelessness from her kitchen, she launched Goodr, which has redirected over five million pounds of surplus food from restaurants, event centers, airports, and businesses to the millions of food insecure people. Jasmine is the author of the children's book “Everybody Eats,” an inspirational story about fighting hunger. She has been featured on CNBC, Oprah Magazine, Inc., Forbes, Fast Co., and NY Times. In addition, Entrepreneur Magazine named her as one of the top 100 influential female founders. She is co-chair of the Drawdown Georgia Leadership Council, and Goodr was a founding member of the Drawdown Georgia Business Compact.
Track: Transformative Governance & Metrics: Building
This session will showcase a first-of-its-kind collaboration in Georgia that is leveraging the business community to achieve state-wide net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Join members of the Drawdown Georgia Business Compact, including... see more