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Pathway to Ownership

Social equity cannabis education program.

Spring Cohort registration has been sent in the newsleter but if you missed it......

Scroll down for more information and to register for an opportunity to attend this program.

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Who is CEIC?

CEIC is a C3/C4 organization focused on civic engagement and policies that will make opportunities real and attainable for communities and people that were disenfranchised by the failed drug war.

"I don't have to do this work, I get to do this work!" - Coach Canna, Founder of CEIC

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CEIC Monthly Meetings

Updates on cannabis legislation, CEIC,  & more

Every first Tuesday of each month CEIC meets at a Black-owned establishment for updates and more. We discuss cannabis legislation, business resources for aspiring cannapreneurs, upcoming events, etc.


Our meetings include lectures from well-respected professionals in various sectors. These are open to the public, so bring a friend and come get this work!

Cannabis Summer School

A 6-part workshop series

CEIC partnered with the Urban Chamber of Commerce to host a 6-part workshop series for aspiring cannapreneurs. Classes included: Business Diversity and Inclusion, Nevada Cannabis Compliance, Lobbying as an advocate, Finding your confidence in business, Cannabis Consultant Education (Budtender Education), and Building Cannabis Content.

Have a question? Click below to share it with our members!

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NCCR  Fund

Nevada Cannabis Community Reinvestment Fund

The NCCR Fund is designed to provide short-term and long-term funding to organizations in the community with programmatic models addressing: mental health, legal services for pre-legalization cannabis-related charges, and other community-based support services like public education, community outreach, grant distribution, etc., that supports cannabis education and civic engagement services related to the industry-- such as skills training and job placement. 


Outreach will focus on communities in Nevada that have been disproportionately affected by the previous federal and state drug policies.

Request more information by contacting us at comms@ceicnv.org

Pathway To Ownership 

Cannabis social equity education program

 

 CEIC will facilitate a Cannabis Business School program for aspiring cannapreneurs. Our goal is to equip attendees with the information and tools necessary for success in the cannabis business. 

Launching April 2022!

 

Registration for #CannabisBusinessSchool is open

 

Spring cohort registration available by clicking the button below

 Registration closes April 1, no exceptions will be made. ​ 

The purpose of the Cannabis Equity and Inclusion Community is to establish a community of advocates for freedom, equity, and opportunity. We advocate for those folks most impacted by the failed war on drugs. Our current focus is the cannabis market place in Nevada where the number of Black-owned licenses is less than 1%.

Sponsorship

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Come Get This Work

Meet The Team

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Asia duncan 

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President of CEIC*3

asia@ceicnv.org

702.720.3952

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Ashley Dodson

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President of CEIC*4

ashley@ceicnv.org

702.721.8740

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Quentin Savwoir

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VP of CEIC

policy@ceicnv.org

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Chandler Cooks 

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Dean 

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Chandler@ceicnv.org 

702.758.4185

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Ron Baker 

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Education Asst. 

Pathway to Ownership

Ron@ceicnv.org

OUR 
Partners 

We are only able to do this work because of those folks that invest thier time, energy and resouces  to fight alongside us. 

Thank you for being our partner