We sat down with Women Grow CEO Heise to learn more about the organization and her plans for 2017.

Leah Heise is sitting in a green room behind the stage of the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, by a wide mirror that takes up the entire wall beneath a row of round-bulb makeup lights.

Countless performers have prepared for the stage in this room, but now it's Women Grow's turn to shine.

Women Grow, founded in Denver in 2014, was created to connect entrepreneurs in cannabis with other thought leaders and empower the next generation of cannabis businesswomen.

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Kate McKee Simmons ~ Westword.com ~

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