For more than two decades, Khadijah Tribble has been an expert on equity and inclusion in the cannabis industry. The founder of Marijuana Matters, a cannabis education and advocacy incubator, Tribble also co-founded Marijuana Policy Trust, a think tank that focuses on building inclusiveness and diversity within the space. Recently, she was named vice president of social responsibility for Curaleaf, one of the country’s top multistate operators. There she is parlaying her expertise and experience as a social activist and policy strategist to lead diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the Wakefield, Massachusetts-based company. Tribble, who holds a master’s degree from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, recently took a breather from her schedule to discuss equity and inclusion in the legal cannabis industry and how the Black Lives Matter movement could affect change within it.
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