Over the past few years, Canndora, along with WWC Conference, has provided speaking and thought leadership opportunities for over 100 women, with more than 2000 global attendees who have told us they value the networking leading to business and career opportunities.
#CanndoraConnect: Women in Psychedelics on December 2nd, 2020 offered attendees a unique experience, providing collaboration, networking, inspiration, and advice for women’s success in the emerging psychedelics industry worldwide. The event featured eight industry professionals and sold out with over 100 registrants from around the world.
The event featured notable panelists who shared their expertise on critical topics, including opportunities for international business in psychedelics and the science behind psilocybin and its role in women’s health.
- Ann Barnes, Director of Red Light Holland
- Sarah Hashkes, CEO of Radix Motion
- Terri Smith, Chief Mycologist of WAKE
- Dr. Olga Chernoloz, Chief Scientific Officer of WAKE
- Susan Chapelle, President of Havn Life
- Irie Selkirk, Co-founder & Director of Rise Wellness Retreats
- Salimeh Tabrizi, Co-Founder Canadian Psychedelic Association
- Sabrina Ramkellawan: COO & Co-Founder Knowde Group Inc. & President Clinical Research Association of Canada
#CanndoraConnect Panel Highlights
A global revolution is underway and the psychedelics market is full of opportunities for Canadian companies operating on a national and international level. The panelists discussed working on international teams in Canada, Jamaica and Netherlands and the differences between each region’s industries.
Psilocybin and Women: What does Science Say?
Due to Psychedelics being extremely regulated over the past several decades research has been minimal until recently. A small body of research means that gender differences have largely been left out of psychedelics studies, as we know male and female bodies are drastically different and the lack of research & awareness of those key differentiators can cause major systemic issues in how we address women’s health such as more women dying of heart attacks and ADHD being underdiagnosed in girls. The panelists were hopeful that the psychedelic industry will delve into gender specific research as the industry continues to develop, especially since women are playing such a large part in it’s creation.
We’re looking forward to hosting more events for women in the Psychedelic and Cannabis Industries. Sign up now for WWC Conference, taking place virtually May 26th, 2021