Her Canna Q&A with Danielle Espinel, Cannalatino

My mission and vision is education. This is the most important tool we have to spread the truth; to end with the stigma that propaganda planted long time ago; to end with hypocrisy and to bring a healthier lifestyle to those who need it.

Her Canna Q&A with Casey Georgeson, Saint Jane

Casey Georgeson from Saint Jane said: For all those women thinking of starting their own Cannabis business, do it! We have a very unique opportunity with Cannabis – the potential is there both from a business opportunity, but also with the plant itself. How would you describe yourself and what you do? I am a…

Her Canna Life Q&A: Chef Stacy Primack, Tarukino

Stacy Primack said: “Women are excellent communicators with one another, and when the ladies get together, watch out cannabis world!” Describe yourself and what you do. I’m a Culinary Institute of America trained chef with 15 years of experience. I can fly by the seat of my pants sometimes, meaning I’m up for anything challenging,…

Her Canna Q&A: Shanel A. Lindsay, Ardent Cannabis

Shanel A. Lindsay said: “I’m on a mission to see the new cannabis economy reverse some of the harmful effects of the War on Drugs.” Describe yourself and what you do. I am a cannabis activist, lawyer, and entrepreneur dedicated to creating technology to simplify and improve the cannabis experience. I’m also passionate about using…

Her Canna Q&A with Ivy Gaitatzis, Token Events

Ivy Gaitatzis said: “The future is female. I expect women will have a part in shaping the direction of the cannabis industry’s growth.” Describe yourself and what you do. I get really excited about jumping into new things! I am a connector with a passion for empowering vendors with resources that help ensure high standards…

Her Canna Q&A with Kristina Adduci, House of Puff

I’m currently Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Art Zealous, an online art platform geared towards young collectors. I recently started smoking cannabis, but quickly realized there was a lack of options for females…

Her Canna Life Q&A with Elana Frankel, Indigo and Haze

Elana Frankel said: “Talk to as many people as you can, listen to your gut/inner voice, learn, unlearn and remember that what happens to one woman matters in the larger sense.” Describe yourself and what you do. I curate an online marketplace for plant-based products in the health, wellness and living categories. What is your…

Her Canna Q&A with Stephanie Karasick, Strainprint Technologies Ltd.

Stephanie Karasick said: “My hope is that we can help continue to shape the medical cannabis industry into a thoughtful, compassionate and well-respected one.” Describe yourself and what you do. I’m a 46 year old mom and wife whose life had been so profoundly impacted by cannabis that it inspired me to help other people…

Her Canna Q&A: Andrea Brooks, Sava

Andrea Brooks said: “My mission is to help others understand the potential of the plant.” Describe yourself and what you do. I’m a cannabis advocate, lobbyist for social change, and entrepreneur with a passion for health and wellness. I work to make high-quality cannabis accessible, to make using it easy to understand, and to shift…

Her Canna Q&A: Katie Pringle, Canndora and Cannabis Coms

Katie said: “My vision and mission is be a leading cannabis PR agency and influencer community with a focus on women.” Describe yourself and what you do. I am a proud Canadian mom running three businesses: Marigold PR, Cannabis Communications and Canndora (launched Oct 17, 2017).  I am passionate about growing brands through what I…

Her Canna Q&A: Windy Borman, “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed”

Windy said: “My personal mission is to create film and digital media that give a voice to the voiceless and promote peace, justice and equality.” Describe yourself and what you do. I am a filmmaker. I produce, write and direct films, videos, and digital media. Depending on the day, that encompasses everything from interviewing subjects,…