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PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its Work & Spirit Series, Cranaleith is hosting "A Morning with Judy Wicks" on Friday, November 15 from 9:30 a.m. until noon. Her presentation will be followed by reflection, conversation and lunch. Cost is $100, which supports attendance for those with limited means.
To register for "A Morning with Judy Wicks" call 215-934-6206 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Best known as the founder of Philadelphia's landmark White Dog Cafe, Wicks is an entrepreneur, author, speaker and mentor working to build a more compassionate, environmentally sustainable and locally based economy. Her recent book Good Morning, Beautiful Business: the Unexpected Journey of an Activist Entrepreneur and Local Economy Pioneer is a memoir about her evolution as a leader who would not only change her neighborhood, but would also change her world-helping communities far and wide create local living economies that value people, nature and place more than money. Wicks focuses on the role of the feminine in building a new economy, and on the deep connections between local food, ecology, economy and social justice.
The Work & Spirit Series offered by Cranaleith (www.cranaleith.org) is designed to provide a breathing space for those in business and the professions to reflect on their deepest values and hopes for their own lives and for society. Cranaleith – Gaelic for "Sanctuary of Trees" – opened as a ministry of the Sisters of Mercy in 1998 in the Somerton section of Philadelphia. It offers a range of stimulating topics, a host of seasoned presenters and facilitators, a gracious environment, supportive dialogue with colleagues, and a process conducive to discovering afresh the wisdom that lies within. Regardless of the program offering, participants from all faith traditions have the opportunity to explore from their own experience what humanizes the workplace, honors the human spirit, and frees people to do their best work arising from a sense of integrity and larger purpose.
Contact: Mark Viggiano, Marketing Director, Cranaleith 215-934-6206, x103
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