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Breaking Barriers and Planting Flags: The Women of WH Farms Co. in the Cannabis Industry

The cannabis industry has seen immense growth and transformation in recent years, with more and more women taking the lead in this emerging field. Among them is Q. Nicole, the Founder & CEO of WH Farms Co., who has established herself as a force to be reckoned with, thanks to her unwavering dedication, entrepreneurial spirit, and passion for promoting equity and inclusion.

She recently spoke at the Rolling Out's Sisters with Superpowers Conference alongside other dynamic women in cannabis. As a leader in the emerging field of cannabis, Q. Nicole shared her experience as a woman in the cannabis industry, the highs, and lows of her journey, and what drives her mission in the cannabis space.

As a woman of color, Q. Nicole has faced many challenges and obstacles in the cannabis industry. She has had to fight hard to establish herself and her company in this male-dominated field, where women of color are severely underrepresented. However, she has not let these challenges deter her from pursuing her passion for cannabis.

Q. Nicole believes that the cannabis industry has the potential to transform communities and create jobs. She is committed to using her position as a CEO to promote equity and inclusion in the industry and to provide opportunities for other women of color to succeed.

During her talk at the Sisters with Superpowers Conference, Q. Nicole shared some of the highs and lows of her journey in the cannabis industry. She spoke about the excitement of launching her own company, the challenges of navigating regulatory hurdles and finding investors, and the joy of seeing her business grow and thrive.

She also discussed our company's mission to educate people about the benefits of cannabis and the importance of responsible use. She highlighted the CBDPreneur Academy, a program offered by WH Farms Co. that helps entrepreneurs learn about the cannabis industry and how to establish their own successful cannabis businesses. The program covers a range of topics, including growing and cultivating cannabis, marketing and branding, legal and regulatory compliance, and more.

In conclusion, Q. Nicole's journey as a woman in the cannabis industry is a testament to the resilience, passion, and determination of women in this field. Despite facing many obstacles, she has continued to push forward, building a successful business and advocating for equity and inclusion in the industry. If you are interested in learning more about Q. Nicole and her work, visit to learn more about the CBDPreneur Academy and planting your flag in the cannabis industry.

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