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Here’s a list of the top female entrepreneurs and executives in Denver’s legal cannabis industry.
A dispensary loved for its “clean,” pesticide-free, certified organic and strong weed, L’Eagle uses ethical and sustainable business practices. Andrle and her husband set up shop in 2009 without any investors and have had so much success they’ve launched a full-service consulting company in the cannabis space. In addition to their well-loved “flower,” she’s launched a CBD-only line of body care products called L’eela, which includes hydrating oil, face serum and a pain remedy rub.
Khadijah Adams, CEO and Vice President, C. E. Hutton
Kristi Kelly’s experience in the marijuana industry is vast: Her first foray into cannabis was as an owner/operator of a cannabis business. Later, Kelly was a founding board member of Fourth Corner Credit Union, which was the world’s first bank to serve cannabis businesses. (Since many banks will not work with the product as it is still federally illegal, the industry has found creative solutions, such as creating its own financial institutions). She joined Marijuana Industry Group as a business owner. With more than 400 businesses as members, Marijuana Industry Group is one of the largest and oldest trade organizations for licensed cannabis businesses, playing a key role in lobbying for cannabis in the state. Kelly signed on as executive director in 2016. She says: “I parlay marketing, communications, and government affairs experience towards the reputation of legalized cannabis, in addition to supporting legal cannabis policy.”
One top female entrepreneur in Denver’s legal weed industry is taking a creative approach to destigmatizing marijuana. Sarah Woodson’s event company, Kush & Canvasses, marries art and cannabis in an art class. She supplies art supplies, including paints, paintbrushes and canvasses, for her customers, but the weed is BYOW (bring your own weed), so long as it is in vape or edibles format. The classes have different themes (some food-based) throughout the week. (For instance, she has one called, “MaryJane and Mimosas on Sunday afternoons,” which is probably necessary after attending “Roll Up” Sushi & Spliff Rolling Class” on Saturday nights).
When cannabis became legal in Colorado, the legal weed market was a wide-open frontier for new entrepreneurs and executives who’d never owned or run a business. In 2012, Colorado became one of the first states in the country to sell legal recreational weed, and Denver’s legal weed industry became a focal point for new businesses. Many of the top female entrepreneurs and executives in the legal weed business are in Denver’s marijuana industry.
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