Jenna Norwood is in demand as a speaker on the subjects of health & well-being, detoxing, healthy weight loss and the impact of our food choices on our environment. She travels around the world to colleges, green festivals and health events giving film screenings and speaking about the effects of food choices on our lives; mind, body, spirit & planet. She was recently a guest speaker at Harvard University. She has been featured in Reuters International, Woman’s World Magazine, AOL Health, KBS TV (with TV shows airing in Japan, China and Korea) and Radio Paradiso in Tokyo.
Jenna Norwood’s independent film, “Supercharge Me! 30 Days Raw” won “Best Documentary” at the Tofino Film Festival in British Columbia, “Best Motivational Film” at the Raw Film Festival in Hollywood, CA and was a finalist for “Best Florida Film” at the Central Florida Film Festival. The movie was also screened at the Utopia Film Festival, The Tel Aviv SPIRIT Film Festival and the Sarasota Film Festival (where it sold more tickets than any other film). The documentary, inspired by “Super Size Me,” is Jenna’s first feature film.
The feature film is available for $24.95 plus S&H on the film site and on Amazon.com. The free “Supercharge Me!” video show may be viewed on the “Jenna Norwood” Web site, as well as most podcast channels, including iTunes, YouTube and MySpace. The show features outtakes from the film, “Jenna’s Healthy Kitchen” segments and footage from Jenna’s adventures in the raw food world.
After her dramatic transformation on raw food, Jenna switched careers from public relations consultant to health educator and raw food chef. She is the founder and organizer of Raw Sarasota, one of the largest raw food Meetup groups in the world. Each month, she teaches raw food preparation classes at Whole Foods Market.
Jenna is in her sixth year on the Board of Directors of the Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota, currently serving as Co-Chair.
Jenna is a native of Washington, D.C. where she founded her public relations consulting firm in 1993. In her former career as a PR consultant, she worked exclusively with socially conscious clients whose missions she embraced. She holds a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Maryland.