Wade's most recent documentary, Mondays at Racine , about a salon that caters to women with cancer, won 3 festival awards this summer and will be broadcast on HBO later this year. Other projects have included Shelter Dogs , about the animal welfare system and the ethics of euthanasia (winner of 5 awards and broadcast in 7 countries); Born Sweet , about a Cambodian village poisoned by arsenic-laced well water (which received an Honorable Mention at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and 15 other festival awards); and Living the Legacy: The Untold Story of Milton Hershey School , which aired on IFC and Sundance Channel. Prior to her directing career, she was a cameraperson for PBS, HBO/Cinemax, Bravo, AMC, MTV, A&E, Discovery, TNT, Oxygen, LOGO, and The History Channel. Before her work in film, she worked full time for 6 years in homeless shelters in New York City. She currently lives with her husband and 2 daughters in western Massachusetts, where she operates her production company from 2 renovated barns.