June 13, 2022
The Tennessean
Cannabis Industry Must Embrace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The introspection of 2020 forced on us in the wake of staying home at the onset of COVID-19.

It's a morbid silver lining, which gave us the time to self-reflect as Americans and look to foster change as a community. 

As we face the "Great Resignation," economic relief benefits are being put forward to ensure that the workforce is being repopulated in a more equitable fashion.

Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) has become a core competency in 2022 within human resources departments in just about every industry.   

Essential industries have been created anew. State to state and at the forefront of federal deregulation, I'm referring to one in particular: the cannabis industry.

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