Founder & Director, Main Street Vegan Academy
Victoria Moran is a vegan of over three decades, a yoga practitioner of half a century, and voted “Peta’s Sexiest Vegan Over 50” in 2016. Listed by VegNews among the Top 10 Living Vegetarian Authors, Victoria made her reputation in the self-help and spirituality genre with books including the international bestseller, Creating a Charmed Life, as well as Shelter for the Spirit and Lit from Within, both of which earned her guest spots on Oprah. In the vegan space, she’s written books including The Love-Powered Diet, The Good Karma Diet, and the iconic Main Street Vegan.
Moran is founder and director of Main Street Vegan Academy, an in-person program in New York City that trains vegan lifestyle coaches, educators, and entrepreneurs. Founded in 2012, the Academy has over 400 alumni in twenty-nine countries, who are engaged in vegan enterprises ranging from counseling to cooking to cowboy boots.
A certified life coach, a certified holistic counselor, and a graduate of the T. Colin Campbell Nutrition Foundation course in plant-based nutrition, Victoria is also an internationally celebrated speaker and host of the award-winning Main Street Vegan podcast. She is lead producer of A Prayer for Compassion, the 2019 documentary from Student Academy Award winner, Thomas Jackson, that explores the intersection of food choices and spirituality.
She lives with her husband, writer and musician William Melton, their rescue-dog, Forbes, and a handicapped pigeon named Thunder, in a “green” building in New York City.
Victoria Moran, www.mainstreetvegan.net
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