Tea Pad Will be Back in Washington, DC May 21, 2020!

A cannabis industry networking group committed to social justice.

A cannabis industry networking group committed to social justice.

A cannabis industry networking group committed to social justice. A cannabis industry networking group committed to social justice. A cannabis industry networking group committed to social justice.
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April 23rd in Washington, DC!

celebrate women's history month

Tea Pad celebrates Women's History Month  in Washington, DC -  the perfect backdrop for our celebration of women's history in America.  Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment granted women the right to vote. It's reason for all of us to celebrate!

tea pad keynote speaker Hope Wiseman

Born and raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Hope Wiseman has always been passionate about serving her community. Following college at a leading HBCU and spending a year as a financial analyst, Hope decided to continue her perennial strive for excellence by pursuing her dreams of entrepreneurship with a focus on supporting her community. Fall 2017 and at age 25, Hope became the youngest Black woman dispensary owner in the United States with the opening of Mary & Main dispensary in Prince George’s County September. Today as an active dispensary owner/operator, Hope is a sought after cannabis industry public speaker and industry consultant. 

                              

Join Hope and other leading cannabis industry entrepreneurs, policy influencers and advocates for a night of live jazz, good eats, plentiful libations and provocative conversation on social justice in the cannabis industry with powerful industry networking on May 21 in D.C.!

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