Today, women in the cannabis industry are creating and influencing products — such as cannabis-infused balms and edibles for hot flashes, migraines and pregnancy-related muscle pains — and molding corporate culture to be female-friendly from the ground up.

American women hold nearly 27% of leadership roles in legal cannabis, a noticeable improvement over the 21% they hold in traditional businesses.

As the industry expands with legalization in additional states, and potentially at the federal level, women will come to play an even larger role in the industry, as leaders and consumers. 

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Nick Kovacevich ~ Forbes.com

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