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Women Grow To Bring Leadership Summit To Washington D.C. June 7-8, 2019

LARGEST GATHERING OF WOMEN IN CANNABIS AND HEMP
TO DESCEND UPON NATION’S CAPITAL
NEW YORK, NY — Celebrating its sixth year “connecting, educating and empowering” leaders in the cannabis and hemp industry, Women Grow, LLC is bringing one of the year’s most highly anticipated events to the East Coast!   Washington, D.C. will play host to the Women Grow 2019 Leadership Summit at the scenic Washington Court Hotel on June 7-8, 2019. Inspired by the influx of women-power in Congress and a desire to take the message of legalization directly to Capitol Hill, this year’s summit is poised to be the largest woman-focused cannabis industry event of its kind in the world.
The Women Grow 2019 Leadership Summit will offer fresh takes on signature components, along with new experiences that stimulate and engage women at every level of business and in their careers.  Curated TED-style “Lightning Talks,” intimate “fireside chats,” multi-tracked breakout sessions and hands-on workshops will be led by industry  innovators, and for the first time, women leaders outside of the business of cannabis and hemp.  Attendees are invited to unite with a community of women (and men) from across North America and around the world at morning wellness sessions, networking reception and a vibrant on-site expo featuring various businesses across the industry – inviting women-owned or led businesses to display their products and services.  

 

 

Washington, D. C. in June offers an accessible backdrop for personalized exploration beyond Summit.  Part of the excitement of bringing Summit to the area is that attendees will get an unique view of the city that Women Grow Chairwoman of the Board and newly tapped Chief Executive Officer Dr. Chanda Macias calls home.  “It is such an honor to welcome thousands of women to our nation’s capital at such a pivotal point in our history,” said Dr. Macias who also is the owner of the leading medical marijuana dispensary in the area,National Holistic Healing Center. “We are in the midst of a great shift of women representation in business, which speaks to the work and tenacity of the women leading the cannabis and hemp industry.”

 

Speaking on her appointment as CEO, Dr. Macias added, “I was honored last year to be named chairwoman of the board of managers and I’m incredibly humbled to be named CEO this year as we continue to carry on the company’s mission to lift and inspire the next generation of leaders. ”

 

In an effort to open the summit experience to as many as possible, early-bird admission tickets are priced at $249.99 to April 26th, with regular priced tickets at $349.99 until June 1st  and late registration is $420. Summit will be held at The Washington Court Hotel located at 525 Jersey Avenue NW in Washington, D.C. just steps away from Capital Hill and the National Mall. To learn more or to purchase tickets, visit https://www.wgsummit.com.

 

ABOUT WOMEN GROW
Women Grow is the largest professional network that connects, educates, and empowers female leaders in the cannabis industry. Dedicated to building an inclusive new industry from the outset, Women Grow hosts monthly signature networking events in cities across the U.S. and Canada. These events provide women with the insight and connections they need to succeed at every point in their business and/or careers. Women Grow is a for-profit entity. Visit WomenGrow.com and follow Women Grow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@womengrow).

 

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1 Comment
  • Gina L Harris
    June 3, 2019 at 8:02 PM

    Hello,

    I am a professional retired lobbyist and
    disabled senior beast cancer survivor.
    I am reaching out on behalf of women living with autoimmune challenges and breast cancer complications. Are there
    any donated tickets available to faciltate the attendance of me and another woman living with crohns disease?

    We both live with disabilities and
    limited resources but have a keen
    interest in empowering other women
    in desperate need of the mind, body,
    sprit holistic healing of CBD.

    We are also amenable to volunteering
    in enchange for an opportunity to attend
    the summit.

    Please ponder and apprise?

    Thanks for your consideration and
    *Gift of Time*. I can be reached at
    (443) 356-1156.

    Namaste,

    Gina Harris
    Retired Lobbyist,
    Breast Cancer Survivor

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