Jasmin Singer is the author of the memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough and was named by the Advocate Magazine as one of “40 Under 40 People to Teach Us About Each Other.” In addition to being a longtime editor with VegNews, Jasmin is the co-founder and co-host of the media nonprofit and weekly podcast, Our Hen House, which has been awarded several Webbys and has been touted as the “town hall for vegans” by Today Show correspondent Suzy Welch. She has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, HuffPo Live, and in the documentaries Vegucated and The Ghosts in Our Machine. Jasmin has also been featured in media outlets such as CNN, Women's Health, Metro NY, TimeOut NY, the Atlantic, and the New York Observer. A sought-after public speaker, Tedx presenter, and actor, Jasmin splits her time between Los Angeles and New York City.
VegNews, the largest vegan media brand in the world, encompasses an award-winning magazine, popular websites, thriving social media community, events, and even global vacations. Reaching nearly four million people each month through its various print and digital platforms, VegNews shares the best in plant-based recipes, news, interviews, travel, beauty, fashion, and more. Since its launch in 2000, the beloved plant-based brand has won nearly every media industry award and has been named “Magazine of the Year”, “Magazine of the Decade,” one of the “Top 20 Magazines in the Country,” and “Best Media Company.” The New York Times calls VegNews a “glossy magazine that is a mix of People and Real Simple for the meatless set,” and VegNews publisher and co-founder Colleen Holland has been named one of the nation's “Top Women in Media.” VegNews celebrates 20 years in 2020.