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Women in Cannabis Panel

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Arise Women: Cannabis Pioneers of a Growing Industry 

Join us in the Big Sunrise Dome for a multi-faceted discussion led by cannabis businesswomen.

Featured Panelists and Moderator:

Christianna Brown 

Christianna is Editor-in-Chief and Co-owner of The Hemp Connoisseur, a print and online magazine of cannabis culture and business. Since 2009, Christianna has received many accolades for her cover art and use of elegant design elements. THC magazine releases monthly Colorado editions and beginning January 2016, a quarterly national print edition launched for a broader audience. The national edition is available in Barnes & Noble Booksellers across the country.

 

Shadi Ramey

Shadi is a Boulder County plant based chef, a medicinal and culinary herb farmer, and developer of Kama Cream, a intimacy enhancer made from hemp. She incorporates sustainable development principles into her companies and firmly believes in bettering the world through conscious business.

Allyson Feiler 

Ally is an owner of award winning, Green Tree Medicinals, a Colorado marijuana company with four medical and recreational dispensaries in Boulder, Longmont, Berthoud and Northglenn. She has seen patients recover from seizures, tumors, cancers, opioid addiction and so much more from the use of Cannabis. Ally is also founder of The Canna Consult Group and an owner of Grass Roots Ventures in Florida.

Alayna Adair 

Alayna, known as LaynieGanja on her self produced podcast and videos, is a cannabis educator, who a representative for The Growing Kitchen. The Growing Kitchen is an environmental sustainability leader in cannabis business. Located on a 25 acre farm in Boulder County, The Growing Kitchen is a cannabis manufacturing facility, with a probiotic farm with indoor and outdoor cannabis gardens, extraction lab, commercial kitchen, and boutique outlet store. The recent addition of probiotic soil medium makes The Growing Kitchen proud to be a carbon negative company. The marijuana and concentrates are whole-flower, sun-grown, probiotic, and pesticide-free and grown without the use of any synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or nutrients. In the kitchen, all culinary ingredients ingredients are organic, local, and sustainable. The mission of The Growing Kitchen is to create a safe, healthy, and sustainable environment for local community, patients, visitors, and employees.

Susan Squibb 

Ms. Squibb,The Cannabis Maven, has accrued her cannabis knowledge, expertise and network over the past twenty years in Colorado as a hemp food business owner, marijuana business executive and political advocate. Susan organizes Mother’s High Tea, the longest running signature cannabis event for women in the U.S. She is a freelance marijuana writer. Susan was recently featured in the book Breaking the Grass Ceiling and the April High Holiday edition of Sensi Magazine.