Abby is a freelance cannabis write and regular contributor to publications like ColoradoPotGuide and Ganjapreneur.
Ygal Kaufman has been a multimedia professional for over 10 years. With experience in film, audio/video production, photography, graphic design, as well as experience writing for several newspapers, websites, blogs and other outlets across the country, his recent focus has turned to writing for the cannabis industry. Past satisfied customers include Oregon Cannabis Connection Newspaper, Emerald Magazine, Social Imprints, Realty One, Turnhere Films, Sun Newspapers, Screencraft.org and others. Ygal's main focus is in emerging markets in the cannabis industry, such as cosmetics, edibles and concentrates, as well as public policy and marijuana laws/legislation. Ygal Kaufman is a complete professional who has experience and skills in tailoring content to the specifications of the customer. Reach out to discuss your project and find out how he can best serve you and your business.
Rachelle is a Minneapolis-based writer and dog enthusiast. She has been writing on cannabis topics for several years and was the president of her college's Students For Sensible Drug Policy chapter. When not writing, Rachelle enjoys collecting Legos and watching The Price is Right.
Donna is a freelance academic writer and blogger. She is a pharmacist by profession and occasionally researches, writes, and educates people on new cannabis studies, the therapeutic potential of psychoactive drugs, and the organic food industry.
Cannabis Branding Group founder Bradley Turner is a longtime cannabis advocate, branding and entrepreneurship aficionado, and Army veteran. He has been writing for various websites and publications since age 13, when he was immersed in the subculture of tournament paintball. Today he spends his time helping entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry, lifting weights, and looking forward to the end of prohibition. BSBA in Marketing - University of Louisville Interpener, Level 1 - The Trichome Institute Inbound Certified, Hubspot Academy
Hello! I'm Chelsye a stay at home mom of 2 girls. Just turned 28 living in the beautiful state of Maine. I grow Maine Medical Marijuana. I love to write and take pictures of everything. I'm kinda a hobby photographer so to say. I'm very confident in my writing abilities and love writing reviews. #Maine #MedicalMarijuana #Cannabis #Photography #Reviews #Grower
I'm a rockstar gardener/urban farmer. I'm learning to live life as self sustaining as possible. Reuse, recycle, art! I like spicy tea and sweet wine . Music speaks to my soul and there's always a song for how I'm feeling. I fully believe in the healing power of cannabis. I'm a caregiver to 3 patients in Michigan. I lost my mother to cancer 7 years ago and currently have a cousin struggling with stage 4 lung cancer. This plant can heal from the inside out! It's not always about "getting high", it's about us healing and caring for each other .
I'm a 26 year old freelance writer from New Jersey. I've written about a variety of topics, from cannabis legalization to state-specific laws, Internet marketing strategies, and family issues. I'm passionate about cannabis law reform throughout the country. I have a few posts on Ganjapreneur.com.
My name is Thaston Riklon. I am native to the Marshall Islands in the middle of Micronesia. I grew up in Seattle and now reside in Eugene Oregon. My passions include social justice activism, freelance photography, poetry, and pacific island reggae music. During the day I am self employed landscaper and shuttle driver for my two boys, and at night I work the back door for music venues usually reggae tue-sat. Cannabis has always been an extremely fascinating topic of discussion for me. Bringing the topic up in some groups get total ignorance, and the flip side it being all they every talk about. Because of today's mass media, the plant has received numerous recognition and awards not only in the stoner world, but also in fuel, fiber, food, and medicines. For generations the same mass media literally instilled fear into the minds of countless youth not only in america, but on a global scale. I would like to shed light and spread the truth behind too many years of false science and negative stigmas surrounding the roots of our sacred mama kali. Through this I would like to see more empowering and uplifting stories about the sacred plant being transformed into something good for all of humanity. Because I know its possible. So let me get this straight, we know that cannabis, the plant, IS an abundant resource. Why the frack? Thaston