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Jasmin Singer

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**Biography of Jasmin Singer**:
– Born on October 30, 1979, in Edison, New Jersey.
– Faced weight problems from childhood to adulthood.
– Attended Pace University in New York for an acting degree.
– Adopted a vegetarian lifestyle at age nineteen.

**Career and Writing**:
– Contributed to publications like VegNews, Huffington Post, and mindbodygreen.
– Emphasizes the use of personal narrative for social change.
– Focuses on empowering women in her articles for VegNews.
– Published memoir ‘Always Too Much and Never Enough’ in 2016.
– Co-authored ‘The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan’ in December 2020.

**Our Hen House Organization**:
– Co-founded in January 2010 with Mariann Sullivan.
– Produces multimedia content for animal rights activism.
– Features interviews, podcasts, reviews, and food advice on its website.
– Well-known for the Our Hen House podcast.
– Hosts the Animal Law podcast by Mariann Sullivan.

**Media Recognition and Coverage**:
– Media coverage in Viva Glam Magazine, Everyday Health, and Everyday eBook.
– Recognition by VegNews, The Loft Cinema, Bay Area Reporter, and Washington Blade.
– Awards received by the Our Hen House podcast.
– Webby Awards recognition for Our Hen House’s podcasts.
– Award from LUSH Cosmetics to a vegan podcast.

**Appearances and Engagements**:
– Interviewed on various platforms like KCMJ-LP radio and The ChickPeeps podcast.
– Recognition at events like the Webby Awards.
– Eco-preneurship recognition for Jasmin Singer.
– Our Hen House’s events and achievements highlighted.
– Acknowledgment by

Jasmin Singer (Wikipedia)

Jasmin Singer (born October 30, 1979) is an American animal rights activist. Since 2022, she has been the host of Weekend Edition for WXXI, Rochester, NY's NPR member station. She is the co-founder of the non-profit organization and podcast Our Hen House, serves as editor-at-large of VegNews, and is the former Vice President of Editorial at Kinder Beauty. She also supports LGBTQ+ and overlapping social justice issues.

Jasmin Singer signing books in 2016

Singer has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, Vegucated, The Ghosts in Our Machine, HuffPost Live, and Unchained with Jane Velez-Mitchell. On May 20, 2017, she gave the TED talk "Compassion Unlocks Identity" in Asbury Park, New Jersey. In 2014, Singer was named one of the "40 People Under 40 to Teach Us About Each Other" by the magazine The Advocate.

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