Grow Into Awesome with Mitzi Perdue
Join the conversation as I talk with Mitzi Perdue about her growing into awesome, fighting human trafficking and a little bit about everything else.
Mitzi Perdue is a past president of the 40,000-member American Agri-Women. She’s also a former syndicated columnist for Scripps Howard and her column, The Environment and You, and in the 1990s, was the most widely-syndicated environmental column in the country.
Her television series, Country Magazine, was syndicated to 76 stations. She’s the founder of CERES Farms, the second-generation family-owned vineyards that sell wine grapes to wineries such as Mondavi, Kendall-Jackson, Bogle, Folie a Deux, and Toasted Head.
Mitzi combines the experiences of three long-time family businesses. Her father Ernest Henderson co-founded the Sheraton Hotel Chain and her late husband Frank Perdue was the second generation in the poultry company that today operates in more than 50 countries. She herself founded CERES Farms in 1974. Most recently, she is the co-Author with Mark Victor Hansen of the book How to Be Up in Down Times and also 52 Tips for Combatting Human Trafficking.
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