Stoners Trade Tie-Dye T-shirts for Wall Street Suits

Stoners Trade Tie-Dye T-shirts for Wall Street Suits
New York Post

Jazmin Hupp, co-founder of the Women Grow organization, which launches a New York chapter this week  Photo: Tamara Beckwith/NY Post

Excerpt from New York Post:

Growing a new industry from the ground up means you get to correct the things that went wrong in other industries. Jazmin Hupp worked with limited success for a group that tried to reach gender parity in the tech industry. In August, she started Women Grow, which aims to connect and empower women leaders in the cannabis industry.

“Because it’s brand-new, we have a chance to feature the women in the industry and feature women in the industry doing great things before the story gets written,” says Hupp, 30, who lives in Midtown East. So far, there are eight chapters across the country; the New York chapter launches Thursday.

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1 Comment

  1. That is all fine and good. Just don’t forget your roots and where you come from when dealing with the Wall Street / Beltway types.



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