Judy Wicks: The Me to We Story

 
 
White Dog Café founder Judy Wicks’ work on farm to table and environmentally friendly partnerships has led to multiple awards including the James Beard Foundation Humanitarian of the Year. In Judy Wicks: The Me to We Story, producer Monica Rogozinski looks at Judy’s life beyond The White Dog Café to her local and national work building a network of healthy and sustainable businesses.

Tracing Judy Wicks’ prolific and diverse career, this show examines a variety of Judy’s endeavors, including the non-profit organization Fair Food, which catalyzed the farm-to-table movement in Philadelphia and continues to foster a sustainable local economy for farmers and consumers alike. Further highlighting Judy Wicks’ commitment to ethical and viable business practices, the show looks at her work with the Sustainable Business Network and the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies, as well as Judy’s relentless dedication to environmental stewardship and renewable energy.

Attend the Judy Wicks: The Me to We Story Screening and Q&A

Judy Wicks: The Me to We Story airs on WHYY-TV on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 11:30 a.m..

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