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To celebrate our lovely cannabis community, we’ve rounded up a list of our favorite, OLO-approved, activists, chefs, experts, writers, designers, and curators, to give you a look inside what they do, and what this exciting, booming industry has to offer.
Big Bad Wolf SF – Haejin Chun is the founder of Big Bad Wolf SF – an elevated, San Francisco-based dinner series with a strong Korean influence. She curates delicious, stand out menus, with previous event dishes including pork belly and tomato kimchi, sashima carpaccio, bbq pulled pork savory pancakes, and gorgeous yuzu elderflower cocktails. Heajin says,”there’s no better way to celebrate life and love in all its glory, than with food.” OLO was lucky enough to experience the exquisite Big Bad Wolf flavor experience at Thursday Infused last fall, and we highly recommend it! Stay up to date on Haejin’s upcoming events by following her on Instagram.
Sous Weed – Sous Weed strives to “empower and inspire people to make their own medicated infusions.” Founder Monica Lo shot and styled the Sous Vide at Home cookbook, and took some original photos for Dee Dussault’s Ganja Yoga. She was also recently featured alongside one of her recipes in Edibles: Small Bites for the Modern Cannabis Kitchen. Monica and the Sous Weed team encourage you to get crafty at home using discreet, precise methods of infusion and medication.
The Herb Somm – Jamie Evans brings over 10 years of wine industry experience to the table, and was recently named one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40 Tastemakers. This past March, The Herb Somm launched an event series called Thursday Infused, which pairs education with edible producers and chefs in the Bay Area to promote “healthy and safe ways to use edibles and cannabis products.”
Danny Danko – Danny Danko is a writer and photographer best known for his expertise in cannabis cultivation. He’s the Senior Cultivation Editor at High Times Magazine and has judged more cannabis cups than anyone on the planet. He’s the author of Cannabis: A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Marijuana, and The Official High Times Field Guide to Marijuana Strains.
Lizzy Jeff – Rapper, host, medicine woman, and vibe curator, Lizzy Jeff, founded a series called Zen & Kush, inspiring California residents to medicate and elevate through unique yoga, body painting, massage, clean eating, and more.
Ladies of Paradise – Founded by Jade Daniels and Harlee Case, Ladies of Paradise started as an Etsy shop for accessories and jewelry, before evolving into a Portland-based brick and mortar store with events and pop-ups for stylish cannabis connoisseurs around the world.
Danielle Guercio – Danielle Guercio is a writer, consultant, activist, and world traveler using her creativity and smarts to add a little DIY flair to the cannabis space. Check out her work here.
Cannabess – Bess Byers is a Seattle-based cannabis photographer and the founder of Blaise Creative. She’s recently lead a movement of awareness regarding cannabis censorship on social media platforms that de-monetizes influencers, restrict creative freedom, and withholds the public sharing of educational resources surrounding cannabis – regardless of the legality in each state.
Kyrious.co – Kyra Mueller-Yamamoto is a certified yoga teacher, reiki practitioner, and ski instructor, looking to “empower and educate others about the elements needed to heal themselves.” Her feed is chock-full of antioxidant-rich superfoods, recipes, and high-quality cannabis content to guide you through each elevated day.
Ab Hanna – An expert in all things concentrates, High Times and Green Rush Daily editor, Ab Hanna, has done a fair share of educating the masses. His story coverage ranges from information on bong anatomy, to the best strains for making RSO, a how-to on covering lingering cannabis scents, proper storage for your cannabis concentrates, and more.
Ponyboy Pearson – One of the youngest influencers in the cannabis industry is Nadir Pearson. Nadir is the “Founder and President of SMART (Student Marijuana Alliance for Research & Transparency,) the first cannabis community at Brown University with the mission to educate millennials on the benefits of cannabis and bridge the gap for students into the cannabis industry.” This year, Nadir was nominated as a Forbes 30 Under 30 Scholar and held a TED talk at Brown University about Answering Your Own Cannabis Questions.
Elise McRoberts – Elise is an “entrepreneur, producer and public personality focused on elevating the cannabis space through culture, community, and education.” She’s a consultant and Cannabis Now contributor with a knack for events and branding. Elise has appeared as a guest on VICELAND’s Bong Appetit and has also been featured in Cheddar, Merry Jane, San Francisco Magazine, and more.
Chef for Higher – “Hawaii” Mike and his wife Stephanie are the power team behind Chef for Higher. By bringing together food, community, and cannabis, they’ve created over 50 multi-sensory dinner experiences reflecting their mission for “responsible consumption through proper dosing™”
Roze Volca – Roze Volca is a “Cannabis Collective creating a curated space for the curious who want to break the stigma with style & grace.” Starting off by producing stash panties for anxious festival-goers looking for a safe place for herbs and personal belongings, Roze Volca has transformed into a hub for the curious, aesthetically-inclined seeker of cannabis knowledge, research, art, and news.
Emily Earlenbaugh – Emily Earlenbaugh is a cannabis writer and educator contributing to The San Francisco Chronicle, Leafly, Hello MD, Your Green State, and Cannabis Now Magazine. Her writing discusses everything from using cannabis to gain control over your focus, the difference between hemp and wood-based rolling papers, and even an inside look into cannabis DNA tests.
Activism takes many forms, and we commend every person who speaks about their journey with this plant, introduces someone in need of high-quality medicine, and tells their story however they express it best. Who is your favorite cannabis influencer and why? Tell us on the OLO Instagram page.