I want to be a social entrepreneur when I grow up.
I dig working in my element.
Named Top 100 Leaders by 2012 Magazine, Jasmine Grimm has been nominated for Central Penn Business Journal’s “Top 40 Under 40," Central Penn Business Journal's Women of Influence Award and The Lancaster Chamber's ATHENA Award. Jasmine has been a popular guest lecturer at the Maastricht Institute of Entrepreneurship and she's been featured in Under 30 CEO and Productive Magazine, was the cover story for Harrisburg Magazine and her writing has graced National Geographic Television and Film, Harvard University and more. She founded Ruby, Inc. a personal styling business that teaches women how to dress for their body types and became a two-time nominee for "Inc. Magazine's Top 30 Under 30 Top Young Entrepreneurs in America. She won the 2013 SCORE Business Development Award and the won the Central Penn Business Journal's Top 25 Women of Influence Award in 2013. She's editor-in-chief of Connections magazine, a Pearl Award winner for “Best Web Writing" and serves as host of Connections LIVE, a pioneering leadership series. She's a 5,3,8,3 on the Kolbe A Index and her strengths include input, relator, learner, responsibility and achievement. For volunteer work she turns pit bulls into certified therapy dogs. This garnered numerous TV segments as well as nominations for the Jefferson Award and the Henry C. Brandt Volunteer of the Year Award. For fun she's spending an entire year working on self-reflection and introspection and making sure she gets at least 8 hours of sleep each night.