Jasmine Grimm, nominated multiple times for Central Penn Business Journal’s “Top 40 Under 40,” and The Lancaster Chamber's 2011 ATHENA Award, is a digital magazine editor. She’s the editor-in-chief of Connections, a fully digital magazine awarded silver for the 2010 Pearl Award for “Best Web Writing."
Jasmine has been a popular guest lecturer at the Maastricht Institute of Entrepreneurship where she educated students and entrepreneurs about creating digital magazines from the ground up. Her content has appeared in numerous media outlets including reprints at Harvard University and National Geographic Television and Film.
She’s active with StubbyDog, an organization whose sole purpose is to disseminate content that will help change public perceptions of pit bulls. She and her husband Cory, turn pit bulls into KPETS certified therapy dogs for Hospice of Lancaster County, domestic abuse shelters, and inner city after school programs. Jasmine has been nominated for the Jefferson Award and the Henry C. Brandt Volunteer of the Year Award.
She also founded Ruby, Inc. a personalize styling business that helps women realize their worth is far above rubies by boosting their confidence, saving them time and money and teaching them how to dress for their body types.
Jasmine also practices Krav Maga and is gearing up for Renaissance Weekends.