Boston City Council Declares April 6 
‘Women Grow Day’

City formally acknowledges positive influence of cannabis industry professionals

BOSTON, April 7, 2017 – On April 6 special guest speaker, Boston City Councilor and candidate for mayor of Boston, Tito Jackson surprised attendees at the Women Grow: Boston networking event with a citation from the Boston City Council declaring April 6, 2017 “Women Grow Day” in Boston. Councilor Jackson made the announcement after presenting to the crowd about the importance of entrepreneurship and opportunity for women in Boston.

“The Boston area is rich with bold, intelligent and creative professionals who are putting science before politics and pursuing their dreams of entrepreneurship in the cannabis industry,” said Beth Waterfall, Chairwoman of Women Grow: Boston. “We’re honored that Tito Jackson and the Boston City Council unanimously agreed that organizations like Women Grow have a place in the Commonwealth with this incredibly rewarding and motivating honor.”

Women Grow: Boston is New England’s only professional networking organization dedicated to the education, connection and advancement of women in the cannabis industry. With monthly “Signature Networking Events” and workshops, the women-run organization welcomes all gender expressions to learn and grow their careers and businesses in an open and empowering environment. Visit to learn more.

City of Boston Certificate WOMEN GROW DAY April 6

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Beth Waterfall, Chairwoman of Women Grow: Boston & Tito Jackson.