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Women in Cannabis: A Living History

Introduction

Welcome Cannasister!

This is the U.S. version of the official Women in Cannabis Study survey launched in an effort to measure equity and inclusion in the cannabis industry.  Click here if you are in CanadaClick here if you are in the U.K.
Please note that we are in the process of developing a Spanish language versions.

This is a socially-minded grassroots effort supported by allies, partners, sponsors and friends. We hope to begin releasing official results in third quarter of 2020, once we receive 1,000 responses.

We are excited that the impact from our women and non-binary participants can forever change equity and inclusion and how our voices are heard in the cannabis & CBD industry, but we can't tell the whole story if we don't hear from a diverse sample.

Questions in the survey seek to identify women as groups and individuals and amplify inclusivity for underserved or overlooked voices.  Gender expression, race and ethnicity, sexuality, and whether women are veterans, or are able-bodied, or have the support and means to thrive in the Cannabis industry are the focus of the survey. 

This quantitative portion of the study will take an investment of about 15-20 minutes of your time, depending on your responses. You will be able to save and return if you aren't able to complete the survey in one sitting.

Please note that for the purposes of this survey, when we refer to "cannabis" we are referring to the genus Cannabis, all species of the plant (including hemp), as well as products containing THC and/or CBD.

The Women in Cannabis Study will never share or sell your information and understands policies and legislation surrounding Cannabis and THC varies and is constantly being evaluated.  Nonetheless, we are here to grow and are highly committed to protecting your privacy.   

Thank you again for the investment of your time!

Jennifer Whetzel & Dr. Nicole Wolfe
 
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