The most influential and successful women in weed gathered in Denver just days prior to Mother’s Day for the 5th annual Mother’s High Tea in Denver. The elegant party by 4&20 Blackbird is an annual tradition, celebrating women in the cannabis industry and pushing forward in the fight for equality in the workforce.
1Delicious Finger Foods
The kid-friendly event had delicious finger foods and tea, none of which was infused with cannabis.
Tea offerings included: Ginger Peach, Rose Oolong and Elegant Earl Grey.
These women were educating attendees about the CORE network, whose mission is to provide data-driven, evidence-based information on the medical efficacy and risks associated with consumption of cannabis to community members including patients, researchers, and clinicians.
The kid-friendly event had arts and crafts, too.
6Breaking the Grass Ceiling
Breaking the Grass Ceiling, the new female-centric book by Ashley Picillo and Lauren Devine were given out to the first 100 attendees. The book features interviews with the brightest and most influential women in cannabis.
A young lady blows bubbles at Mother’s High Tea.
8Sara Conrad and Caren Kershner
The tea party was stocked with delicate bite-sized desserts.
11Pam Orth and Melanie Rodgers
Pam Orth of Restorative Botanicals and Melanie Rodgers of Millennial Marketing Solutions make networking look amazing in their floral print dresses.
12Jaime Lewis of Mountain Medicine
Jaime Lewis of Mountain Medicine said she’s proud of her female employees and recommends hiring women because among their many amazing traits, they are master multi-taskers.
A group shot of Mother’s High Tea host Susan Squibb, aka the Cannabis Maven (Front left), Melanie Rodgers of Millennial Marketing Solutions (Front right), Kendra Soderberg of Mammoth Microbes (Back row left), Westword marijuana editor Kate McKee Simmons (Back row middle), and Kathryn Gentry of Caregivers for Life.