I’m a Michigan native, born in Lansing. I’ve always had an overwhelming passion for helping others. I became a caregiver in the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program in 2016, which gave me the ability to cultivate cannabis for my medical marijuana patients. Immediately I became obsessed with everything cannabis. From cutting the clones, to pressing the rosin, and developing the Ganja Girl brand - I fell in love with the entire process. Throughout my experience as a caregiver, I witnessed firsthand the benefits that this plant has on people, the earth, and the community.
The same amount of passion I put into cultivation, I put into my community. Being a part of the medical marijuana program saved my life in more ways than one. I want everyone (21+) to be able to have access to this plant. I want everyone to have a place they feel comfortable to ask questions and learn more about cannabis. I want everyone to be able to grow this plant and enjoy the benefits, including the professional aspect.
As a woman of color and cannabis advocate, I am tired of rarely seeing folks who look like me own businesses, especially cannabis businesses. So...for me Ganja Girl is more than a cannabis brand. It is a community of strong women, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, entrepreneurs, and all the like-minded folk who aspire to live freely. Ganja Girl isn’t just about great weed. It’s about creating a platform, which will aim to provide resources, support, and equitable opportunities for its community members. Ganja Girl exists to inspire others to chase their dreams without the constraints and limitations of an outdated society; and to eliminate the boundaries we have been taught to live within. People who support Ganja Girl will know that their goals are not only achievable, but within reach.
Morgan began growing cannabis in her bedroom closet with her MMMP card in 2016. She became a caregiver to 5 medical patients, so that she could produce and provide each of them with flower, concentrates, edibles and tinctures.
Morgan has volunteered her time to assist 200+ patients in obtaining medical marijuana certification. She has also volunteered in multiple storefront and processing locations since the beginning of Michigan medical marijuana in 2008.
In addition to 6+ years of cannabis industry experience, and studying Mathematics at Michigan State University, Morgan has also been organizing events for nearly a decade. Her event planning experience ranges from intimate local gatherings to Jungle Jam Music Festival in Costa Rica.
Morgan established Ganja Girl in April of 2020. She became a graduate of the Our Academy mentorship program. Morgan joined the state of MI social equity program and became the first woman of color in the city of Lansing to hold a state-issued cannabis license in December 2021. In addition to managing Ganja Girl, Morgan is the lead of the extraction team at Una Labs, and is also on the board of directors for the Black and Brown Cannabis Guild.
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