Jasmine Crowe, anti-hunger activist
Jasmine Crowe is an HBCU alumna and MBA graduate who is working to make the world a better place one cause at a time. Jasmine’s goal is to foster change and create awareness about the leading socioeconomic issues and challenges of today, like poverty, education and hunger.
She is founder of BlackCelebrityGiving.com (BCG), which has hosted events in more than 20 U.S. cities and the United Kingdom and Haiti and that have collected and donated over 2 million items to causes worldwide and fed over 50,000 people through the Sunday Soul Homeless feeding initiative.
Jasmine is the creator and executive producer of “Change Makers” a half hour docu-series profiling how celebrities use their star power for social change which premiered on Magic Johnson’s network ASPIRE! Through her years of work feeding vulnerable populations she saw a great opportunity for technology to solve a real problem – hunger. She recently wrote her first children’s book titled “Giving is Good” which teaches youth the importance of giving back.