Women in Green Power Breakfast
We've opened up the breakfast and have more space! The location for this event has also changed. Please review the information below about the event to register now.
7:00am-8:30am | Thursday, Nov. 21
Location: Marriott Philadelphia in Salon HG
Join our second annual Women in Green Power Breakfast. Attend our breakfast to salute the women in our industry who have emerged as great sustainability leaders and their legacy in shaping the green economy. Also, connect with new leaders in the movement to encourage and inspire, to mentor and motivate.
This year’s panel will be introduced by Kimberly Lewis and moderated by Judith Webb highlighting some incredibly successful women who have made significant impacts in their field as well as within their larger communities.
This event sold out last year! Make sure to register soon.
The scholarship application process for the Women in Green Power Breakfast is officially closed. For questions, please email Jessica Pinkston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Vice President, Marketing & Strategic Development,
U.S. Green Building Council
President & CEO,
SustainAble Production, LLC
Interior Designer, HGA
Chair, USGBC Emerging Professionals National Committee
Global Environmental Executive,
Bank of America
Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems
Owner & Founder,
White Dog Café
Judy is the founder of the legendary White Dog Cafe, which she operated for 26 years, developing a national reputation for environmental stewardship and leadership in the local food movement. In 2001, Judy founded the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia and the nationwide Business Alliance for Local Living Economies. She has received numerous awards including James Beard Foundation’s Humanitarian of the Year and the Philadelphia Sustainability Life Time Achievement Award. Her recently published book entitled Good Morning, Beautiful Business: the Unexpected Journey of an Activist Entrepreneur and Local Economy Pioneer is a memoir about the evolution of an entrepreneur who would help communities far and wide create local economies that value people and place as much as commerce and that make communities not just interesting, diverse and prosperous, but also resilient.