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Joanne Rose Talks Vegan 101

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Host Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian,  talks "Vegan 101," with award-winning writer, actor, and producer Joanne Rose, who takes eating healthy to a whole new level with her North American comedic web series VEGAN 101. AND...It is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so I’ll chat with Dara P. Richardson-Heron, MD, who is CEO of the Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Joanne Rose and her Vegan 101 web series takes a humorous look at her vegan lifestyle and received a 2010 Green Apple Award at the Green Lifestyle Film Festival. Rose writes, produces and stars in the project. The first episode “Dating A Vegan,” launched on the web television network Koldcast and on actor Will Ferrell’s FunnyorDie.com. Vegan 101, received fantastic reviews, celebrity endorsements and appearances on the Red Carpet, TV, Radio and Magazines. Joanne recently shot episode 6 "The Kerrie-Anne Kettle-Corn Show" in Los Angeles, with her wonderfully talented cast including Kristina Hughes, Brian Vermiere, Tamara Henry and Director, Kevin Carr. Special guest today is Dara P. Richardson-Heron who has more than 18 years of health care leadership, management and advocacy experience in the nonprofit and private sectors. Prior to joining the Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure as the Chief Executive Officer, Dara was the Chief Medical Officer of United Cerebral Palsy, Inc., providing advocacy, support services and advice and counsel to 100 UCP affiliates serving people in the US, Canada and Australia. Dara is a graduate of Barnard College and New York University School of Medicine. In addition to her many professional accomplishments, Dara is a 13-year-and-counting breast cancer survivor.

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