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Main Street Vegan Academy: the premier training & certification program for Vegan coaches, educators and entrepreneurs since 2012

As a Vegan looking to up your game, you can expect from Main Street Vegan Academy an extraordinary, interactive course in real time with real people. You'll develop expertise in all aspects of the Vegan lifestyle and how to share that with others. Our faculty includes the best and brightest voices in the Vegan and plant-based space, and our founder and director, Victoria Moran, best-selling author, award-winning podcaster, and Vegan of nearly 40 years, will be with you personally every step of the way.

Fully live via Zoom, MSVA is a boutique program known for its multi-faceted curriculum, stellar faculty, and unparalleled networking opportunities. At Main Street Vegan Academy, you are not simply a name on a roster: once accepted as a student, you're part of the family. Upon completion, you'll be awarded the respected Vegan Lifestyle Coach & Educator (VLCE) certification, preparing you to upgrade your outreach, start a Vegan business, or be a competitive candidate for a position at an animal rights organization or plant-based company. If you wish to stay connected with MSVA after your course, we have an active alumni community, and offer follow-up support and online reunions at no charge.

Whether you're looking for simply the finest Vegan education available, or to make your mark as coach, entrepreneur, or influencer, joining the MSVA family will give you the knowledge and credential to play your unique part in creating a world fueled by compassion and good sense.

ABC Localish features Main Street Vegan Academy and Riverdel Cheese, a business started by MSVA graduate Michaela Grob, in this mini-feature, sponsored by Hiscox Insurance. Also featured is Forbes who provided canine companionship for the first 33 Main Street Vegan Academy cohorts. Love you forever, Forbes.

Testimonials

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Lianna Levine Reisner, VLCE

New York

"Less than a year after I went plant-based for health, I signed up for MSVA to deepen my understanding of the totality of the Vegan experience, concerns, and lifestyle. The Academy was just right, from the topics covered by expert presenters, to the friendships made. I am so grateful for the grounding Victoria provided me, which helped me shape and hone the direction of the grassroots movement I'm building."

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Colin Easom, VLCE

Arizona

"I absolutely loved taking this fun -- and extremely comprehensive -- live Zoom course. Despite being vegan for eleven years, I learned so much more than I could have hoped and I use that knowledge every day in my Vegan business. Connecting with amazing classmates and instructors was awesome and they continue to inspire me every day."

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Cris Comer, VLCE

Georgia

"Becoming a VLCE through Main Street Vegan Academy is a life-changing experience. It gave me the time and space to gain new information, relate it to my own worldview, and connect on a heart-felt level with others in the class. I left with a renewed interest in animal rights activism, a deeper commitment to outreach within my community, and several lifelong friendships.  I wholeheartedly endorse MSVA."

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See all of Victoria's books here.

Victoria Moran is a force of nature. At 14, with credentials from a teen magazine, she attended her first Beatles press conference. She's been surprising herself ever since.

Victoria went Vegan in 1983; overcame a binge-eating disorder; in 1985 wrote Compassion the Ultimate Ethic, the first book about Vegan philosophy and practice to come from an actual publisher; raised a Vegan daughter (aerialist and stunt performer, Adair Moran); wrote 12 additional books and has another on the way; and appeared twice on Oprah.

Her books including Main Street Vegan, Creating a Charmed Life, Shelter for the Spirit, and The Love-Powered Diet have been praised by Neal Barnard, MD, Ellen Degeneres, musician Moby, filmmaker Michael Moore, Dean Ornish, MD, Marianne Williamson, and former President Bill Clinton.

She was voted Peta's Sexiest Vegan Over 50 in 2016, and was lead producer of the 2019 documentary, A Prayer for Compassion, about spirituality and food choices. After 10 years of hosting the award-winning Main Street Vegan Podcast: Victoria is now host of the Victoria Moran Podcast, Meetings With Remarkable Women.

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Hear What Our Graduates Have to Say About MSVA

Latest Blog Posts from Main Street Vegan Academy Graduates and Faculty

Sharing Our Vegan Beliefs Effectively—With Compassion and Empathy, Guest Post by Bobbi Giudicelli

posted August 9, 2022 I believe that people who feel strongly about their political philosophies, their religious beliefs, their workout regimens, and their diets, tend to become very passionate and committed to those aspects of their lives. And that we surround ourselves with people who support our way of thinking, avoiding zealots who think differently. …

Sharing Our Vegan Beliefs Effectively—With Compassion and Empathy, Guest Post by Bobbi Giudicelli Read More »

Blending a Vegan/Non-Vegan Family, by Kimberly Harper-Colucci, VLCE

posted July 26, 2022 When I met my wife, I was over the moon. She checked all the boxes, rather she checked all the boxes except one—I’m Vegan, and she is not. Dietary restrictions are not problematic for most people. No capers? No gluten? No big deal. Veganism is more involved than that. We are …

Blending a Vegan/Non-Vegan Family, by Kimberly Harper-Colucci, VLCE Read More »

The Beautiful Bioeconomy of Upcycled Foods, by Michelle Schaefer, VLCE

posted July 12, 2022 Why Food Waste Is an Animal-Rights Issue Comedian Jim Gaffigan joked that he throws newly bought avocados directly in the trash on the way out of the store, just to save time. Each year, America throws out 40% of the food it produces—roughly 400 lbs. of food per person—and that’s no …

The Beautiful Bioeconomy of Upcycled Foods, by Michelle Schaefer, VLCE Read More »

Main Street Vegan Academy Mission Statement

Our mission is to encourage the adoption and maintenance of a positive vegan lifestyle and a health-promoting diet, geared to the needs and preferences of the individual, for the purpose of creating a just world for all beings and protecting this planet.

Main Street Vegan Academy Governing Principles

    • Ahimsa, the yogic precept of nonkilling, nonviolence, non-harming, and reverence for life is the reason for the existence of Main Street Vegan Academy.
    • We celebrate diversity and inclusiveness in MSVA and in the Vegan movement, and we welcome as students all qualified Vegans, irrespective of race, nationality, social status, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation/identity, age, or body size.
    • We respect the commitment of all colleagues in the animal protection world, and leave to individual conscience the choice to take a stand only for abolition or for incremental welfare initiatives as we work toward a Vegan world.
    • We acknowledge all reasonable styles of plant-based eating and applaud the contributions of all Vegan experts, and their vegetarian predecessors, to the development and evolution of health-supporting, plant-exclusive nutrition.
    • Individual graduates and faculty are free to espouse and promote any "brand" of Veganism, support other causes, and pursue other interests; the Academy itself has as its sole purpose to provide Vegan education and to support our graduates in their endeavors.

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