Event Category: SocialEvent Tags: artists, creatives, dispensary, educational events, entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and training
There’s a plethora of ways to benefit from the Cannabis Industry in addition of dispensary, grow, cultivation, and infusion.
Maybe you don’t have the money/investors to jump right in. But you can still enter the game, maybe save some coins, and make a name for yourself in preparation for the big leap!
On Saturday, February 22nd, The Doobie Room along with The Arts of Humanity, are meeting with community members, artists, and non-profit founders/employees to discuss where they might fit in with the Cannabis Industry. We aim to keep our panel discussions at a size that allows for engaging, honest, and comfortable conversations. Our expert panel so far includes:
James Flagg: Principal Officer at The Doobie Room, Community & Economic Development Specialist, 501(C) 3 Business Owner
Vau’Ve Davis: Author of 100 Ways to Make a Difference and Charity Expert.
Charlie Baxter: Chicago Cannabis Advocate, Ambassador
Natalie Rochelle: CEO Indo Hy Organics & NR Media Agency
Special Invited Guests:
Erica Brooks: Campus Director at Cosmology School and RAW Artist
Payton “Paydeaux” Harris-Woodard: Artists and Visualization Specialist
Featuring commentary from Audrey Tanksley, MD: University of Chicago
Facilitated by Renita Manley, Principal Officer at The Doobie Room and Producer at AofH Productions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Artists, Writers, Entrepreneurs, Mompreneurs, Designers, Curators, Nonprofit Founders & Employees, Content Creators, Hosts, Models, Fashion Designers, Art Students, Visual Artists, Musicians, Event Planners, Fundraisers, Philanthropists.
1pm to 1:20 pm – Introduction and Opening Remarks
1:20pm to 1:50pm – Cannabis, Creativity, and Innovativeness
1:50pm to 2:20pm – Cannabis & Artistic Careers
2:20pm to 2:50pm – Cannabis , Philanthropy, and Nonprofits
2:50pm to 3:00pm- Open Discussions and Engagement
By registering for this event, you agree to have your photos and images of you taken to be used for promotional purposes The Doobie Room. This event is all ages, free, and open to the public.
Brought to you by The Doobie Room, a 100% minority, majority women, and majority veteran Cannabis Social Equity applicant in Illinois in partnership with The Arts of Humanity and AofH Productions. The Doobie Room’s mission is grounded in staying connected with our communities and adding value to Cannabis Culture.
Visit DoobieRoom.com to learn more about The Doobie Room or call 312-532-9847.
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