I’m a Sociology & Mathematics student and co-founder of Cannaclub, the first cannabis student group at UCLA. I’ve worked as an international cannabis business consultant, researcher, and manager at several dispensaries.
I am a lawyer, consultant, writer, and entrepreneur. I am the author of A Woman’s Guide to Cannabis: Using Marijuana to Feel Better, Look Better, Sleep Better—and Get High Like a Lady.
In the past, I’ve always described myself as a multi-passionate entrepreneur because in all of my ventures, I’ve gone where my heart takes me. But in Cannabis I have found my true calling.
I had an active role in leading the New Approach Missouri campaign to pass Amendment 2 on November 6. Missouri patients will soon have access to safe, convenient and affordable medical cannabis.
Ideally, I’d like to live in a society that uses a natural, ancient healing plant and has moved beyond opioids and anti-depressants with CBD and other cannabinoids.
I have been in the cannabis industry for five years, but have been a proponent of cannabis since about the seventh grade.
Cannabis cuisine fascinates me because it is creative and new, and it really is the “wild west” of modern cuisine.
Wendy Pagaduan of Clean Coconut said: “I am a nurse on a mission to make an impact on the cannabis community at large.” Describe yourself and what you do. I will start by saying, I am my own best customer. I wasn’t always a believer in cannabis. Like many, I grew up saying no to…
Our society and planet stand to benefit so much from reintegrating cannabis back into the American economy, I only worry about what challenges commercial sharks will bring.
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,…
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…
I handle sales and marketing for RĒL (pronounced ‘real’) which is an interesting balance between maintaining structure and coming up with creative concepts to enhance growth. We’re a very small team that operates like a family, and it’s an all-hands-on-deck approach to make sure it all gets done.
There’s nothing more thrilling than completing a project with another woman-owned business and watching it unfold exactly as planned.
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…
I create content in the cannabis space specifically through a feminine lens. My title at HerB Life is Chief Content Creator, and I both write and curate stories for the website as well as work to create and curate material for use on social media.