Female Cannabis Leaders: Why Are There So Few?

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NEWS Female cannabis leaders: Why are there so few? Women offer a significant growth opportunity, especially as the U.S. moves toward full legalization. By Terry Hacienda, The Fresh Toast Some reports are indicating a reduction in the number of women in senior positions over the last few years. / Photo: MangoStar_Studio / iStock / Getty Images Plus The cannabis industry is poised for another leap of growth with the U.S. election, an increase of use by seniors and healthy sales during COVID-19. As companies rush to cash in on the trend, few companies are doing it in a way to ensure diversity among leadership by including more female executives.

The cannabis industry is poised for another leap of growth with the U.S. election, an increase of use by seniors and healthy sales during COVID-19. As companies rush to cash in on the trend, few companies are doing it in a way to ensure diversity among leadership by including more female executives.

Attorney David Feldman, a partner at Hiller PC, shares his view of what’s happening in the U.S. “The first active networking group was Women Grow, which also welcomes men to its events. Early on, it was immediately apparent life in cannabis was going to be refreshingly different from many other industries (including Wall Street) with which I have been involved, because of the important, dedicated and leading role of women in the space,” Feldman notes.

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