Jasmine Crowe’s first solo efforts at addressing the problem of hunger involved cooking for hundreds in her home kitchen in Atlanta, and bringing the food to the people. Since then she’s found a way to scale up her charitable work by creating a for-profit company, Goodr. The business provides an online solution to match excess food from restaurants to institutions who share the meals. On this episode of Speaking Broadly, Crowe tells host Dana Cowin how one friend’s empty refrigerator catapulted her into action, and how she built a tech business without experience in the digital realm.
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