Wickham Boyle, known as Wicki, is an entrepreneur, writer, consultant and producer (Ex. Dir. LaMama ETC). She has written numerous articles on finance, the arts, parenting and travel for The New York Times, Savoy, National Geographic, Budget Travel, and Real Simple. She was one of the founders of CODE Magazine, and editor-in-chief of THRIVE. She is currently a contributor to CBS’ WATCH and her essays can be heard on the AARP radio stations. A former Wall Street stock broker, Wicki has an M.B.A. from Yale University and serves as an arbitrator for stock market related cases for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Utilizing her desire to employ best business practices in the non-profit arena, Wicki founded a hybrid organization (a 501C3 and an LLC) called Just Shea which works with shea harvesters in Ghana to achieve safely harvested, fairly traded products, which are then sold in developed countries like the US, France and Finland.