Jazmin Victoria Hupp co-founded Women Grow, the largest professional network in the cannabis industry. Since it’s launch in 2014, Women Grow has connected over 25,000 entrepreneurs at events in 45 cities across the US & Canada. The organization hit $1 million in revenue in 2015, with no outside funding. In 2016, they earned 6 billion media impressions. Jazmin was named a “genius entrepreneur” by Fortune Magazine and Forbes considers her one of the “top businesswomen” in the cannabis industry. Inspired by Women Grow’s impact, Newsweek ran the headline “WOMEN IN WEED: HOW LEGAL MARIJUANA COULD BE THE FIRST BILLION-DOLLAR INDUSTRY NOT DOMINATED BY MEN.”
Jazmin’s mission to support female entrepreneurship began in 2011 when she took the role of Director of Digital Media for Women 2.0, an organization that helps women start high-growth ventures. During her tenure, the brand expanded from the Bay Area to hold events across six countries for over 100,000 business women.
Jazmin’s background is in Theater and Management Information Systems. She creates magical transformative opportunities that scale with new technology.
In the last half of 2016, Jazmin dropped 40 pounds without dieting by learning how to process stress effectively. She creates happiness through a practice of yoga, meditation, cannabis consumption, and self-love.