Delve into the minds and ideas charting this new frontier.

Marvin Washington

Marvin Washington, cannabis advocate, former NFL player and Super Bowl champ, changes the conversation for little league parents, athletes, and the African-American community as a defender of and pioneer in the medicinal cannabis space.

April Pride

Founder of Van Der Pop, a female lifestyle brand that has been purchased by Hiku Brands and now again by Canadian powerhouse Canopy Growth. Here, April shares with us the reality of what early startup days really looked like.

Troy Dayton

Named Forbes' seven most powerful people in the cannabis industry — Troy is the co-founder and CEO of Arcview, a high-net worth investor and market research group shaping the space. Here, he talks venture capital, politics, and why the best businesses are built on advocacy.

WV Senator Richard Ojeda

WV Senator Richard Ojeda, military man-turned-impassioned politician talks legalizing cannabis against all odds, corruption, Big Pharma and WV's own, Huntington — ‘America's overdose capital.’

Dr. Junella Chin

With over 16 years of experience and three practices in NY and CA, Dr. Chin gives us practical advice for treating anxiety, migraines, and arthritis with cannabis.


Cristina Sánchez, Ph.D.

With over 20 years of research experience — we talk where we are in the research, and how and why cannabis helps to fight cancer.

Adie Poe, Ph.D.

The award-winning neuroscientist explains how to use cannabis as a tool for opioid detox and replacement.

Steve DeAngelo

Activist, author, entrepreneur, and owner of the world's largest dispensary — we talk about his 40-year crusade, modern cannabis culture, and his personal routine.

Michael DeVito, Jr.

The Staten Island congressional candidate shares his family's ongoing cannabis journey.

Carrie Solomon

Founder of Leif Goods, Junk and Physic — the brands for foodies and connoisseurs.

Renee Gagnon

The first transgender female CEO to take a cannabis venture public. We talk relationships, cannabis, and the workplace from the vantage point of having lived it through two different lenses.


Special Thanks to Jenny Kroik