Jessica Peters is a cannabis clinician focused on pediatric patients and women’s reproductive concerns. She also happens to be the founder of Moxie Meds – a company specializing in cannabistinctures for female patients.
Kentucky Hempsters has become the voice for Kentucky hemp as a content-driven, social-based media platform that engages users with the past, present and future of the industry. Working with farmers, processors, manufacturers, brands and other organizations KY Hempsters creates awareness and demand for all industrial hemp products.
Entrepreneur and longtime marijuana advocate and grower, Alexa Divett is no stranger to the cannabis world. From a young age, she was aware of the power of the cannabis plant. A self-declared black sheep of her family, Alexa was not afraid to march to the beat of her own drum.
Residing in Madrid, Spain is Carola Pérez – Presidenta del Observatorio Español de Cannabis Medicinal y Asociación dosemociones. Dosemociones is the first association to provide advice and information to therapeutic users (dosemociones) in which no cannabis is dispensed, and its main purpose is to advise the therapeutic users in Spain.
Throughout her life, The Dank Duchess has always been an artist in some form or another. In college, she took up web and graphic design, teaching herself how to create visual works. Later, she pursued her Masters in Landscape Architecture. However, in the middle of her thesis, it became clear landscape architecture wasn't right for her.
Before Esther Molenwijk was the founder of Dutch Harvest, a hemp-based tea company, she was working as a sustainability consultant. Residing in the Netherlands, Esther was passionate about finding sustainable and local alternatives. Much to her surprise, she discovered that the answer she was looking for already existed.
If there is one thing Sabina Lone (AKA @DrCannabina) has always loved to do, it's helping others. In fact, it's what inspired her to go to Med School. But after experiencing first-hand the realities of working as a doctor in the modern healthcare industry, Sabina realized it wasn't the right direction for her.
Emerald Jade, otherwise known as Your Highness, is a specialty food stylist and cannabis culinarian for the stars. After trying a cannabis cheesecake at a dispensary in Los Angeles, Emerald was curious if she could replicate the tasty treat. So, she started experimenting. Soon Emerald was able to develop her own 30-minute technique for making cannabutters and oils.
5 years ago, Susan van Brunschot created Fundación CANNA. A nonprofit organization based in Spain, Fundación CANNA aims to study the cannabis plant and educate users about its use, safety, and potential medicinal benefits. Specializing in cannabinoid analysis, it didn't take long before Fundación CANNA had clients across Europe.
Lilly Glass is a full-time creative. Working with glass since middle school she is no stranger to the craft. In fact, Lilly's mother enrolled her in a glass fusing class when she was in 8th grade. It was during this time that Lilly discovered her love for glass. A double major in college and a few full-time jobs later – Lilly realized it was time to make her childhood passion a reality.
Jennifer Macfarlane, otherwise known as Seshata Sensi, is a writer and researcher in the cannabis industry. Originally from the UK, Jen moved to Amsterdam in 2004. Spending over 10 years in the Netherlands, her experience includes working at the Cannabis College along with various coffee shops. Traveling in Spain, France, Morocco, Italy, and The United States – Jen has developed expertise on global and regional issues facing the cannabis trade.
Using fire to fuel her passion, Fiona Anuweh is a renowned glass artist. Featured as one of High Times Glass Artist of the Month, Fiona's unique style and stunning work is appreciated by cannabis consumers worldwide. Learning the tools of the trade in 2011, Fiona said it was love at first sight – both for her teacher and the fire.
It was a journey of healing that first brought entrepreneur Adelia Carrillo to the cannabis industry. Years ago, Adelia experienced a heartbreaking and life-threatening medical complication. Facing physical and emotional trauma, Adelia Carrillo turned to cannabis. This was a decision that would ultimately change her life forever.