Jenny Brown, Animal Rights Activist, is known for Co-Founding Woodstock Sanctuary. A devoted Vegan Educator, she’s on a mission to highlight the importance of plant-based living.
While working in film and television, Jenny Brown went undercover at a factory farm in Texas to document and expose the severe cruelties of factory farming. A lifelong animal rights activist, Jenny isn’t afraid to roll up her sleeves and get down to business in the fight against animal abuse. One of her greatest efforts as an animal rights activist and most fulfilling accomplishments as a vegan has been her foundation of Woodstock Sanctuary.
In 2004, Jenny Brown co-founded Woodstock Sanctuary with the help of Doug Abel. Advocates for acting as a voice for the voiceless, the pair focused Woodstock Sanctuary on providing animals with shelter and care. Most of the animals at Woodstock have been rescued from factory farms, stockyards, auctions and slaughterhouses. Many of these innocent victims have endured incredible cruelty and neglect.
At Woodstock Sanctuary, animals are embraced with love, compassion and the best veterinary care. Although Jenny Brown has now left the Sanctuary to pursue her own goals as a Vegan Educator, her pride for Woodstock continues!
A firm believer in plant-based living, Jenny Brown thoroughly enjoys the opportunity to educate others about veganism. As a Vegan Educator, Jenny hosts talks and other events that aim to shine a light on the importance of veganism and vegan culture. In 2013, she published The Lucky Ones: My Passionate Fight for Farm Animals. A story all her own, The Lucky Ones discusses everything from the hardships that influenced her to become a vegan — to her experiences at Woodstock Sanctuary. She hopes that the book will encourage others to pay more attention to factory farming, overall.