Jenica Caudill

Jenica has been involved in the movement for sustainable agriculture and small-farmer justice for over ten years, both as an academic and an industry professional. She believes in a future built on strengthening small-farmer autonomy, farmworker justice, and organic, regenerative agriculture.

She’s the Operations and Communications Coordinator at Fair World Project, a nonprofit advocacy organization fighting for fair trade for small-scale farmers and artisans, and labor justice for workers around the world. In her spare time, she enjoys practicing yoga, hammering on the banjo, and relearning the wonder of the world with her daughter, Elsie.

 

“When you know better, you do better.” Maya Angelou