Hungry for Change: Ending Food Waste

Sanford Distinguished Lecture

Hungry for Change: Ending Food Waste


Featuring Jasmine Crowe-Houston

Presented by Sanford School of Public Policy


Free (Limit 2)


Reynolds Industries Theater
Duke West Campus

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Join us during Duke’s Family Weekend to hear from Jasmine Crowe-Houston, social entrepreneur, TED speaker, and founder and CEO of Goodr. Jasmine will explain how she built a tech company to solve two of the world's biggest problems: hunger and food waste. She will discuss the importance of partnerships as she highlights Goodr's clients and their impact and shares her insights from leading a social impact company. Jasmine will explain why there is a strong need for policy innovation to drive social change and her solutions to how we solve old problems -- it’s time to make a change!

Crowe will speak at Duke as part of the Terry Sanford Lecture Series. Endowed by the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust, this prestigious lecture is open to the public and the entire Duke University campus. The lecture series intends to promote engaged and enlightened leadership. The lectures are held in honor of the late Terry Sanford, a bold leader who served as North Carolina governor, U.S. senator, president of Duke University, and founder of the Sanford School of Public Policy. Event partners include the Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke Family Weekend, and Sanford World Food Policy Program.

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