Howard University Alum Launches Program For People Of Color Impacted By The War On Drugs To Own Licensed Cannabis Dispensaries
Hey, everyone! I wanted to take a moment to highlight my friend Rashaan Everett who, at just 24 years old, has launched a successful California-based cannabis production and distribution business called Good Tree. The company has generated over $3.5 million in revenue and is already profitable which is why Rashaan has a new focus—creating opportunities for minorities and those who were adversely impacted by the war on drugs to get in on a piece of the cannabis market share.
“This system assists equity applicants and entrepreneurs in nearly every functional area of business, including but not limited to:
Point of sale
Hiring, onboarding, and time-tracking
Accounting, payroll, and tax preparation
We also have a trained pharmacist on our executive team with over 15 years of medication therapy management, accreditation preparedness, operations development.
Through social equity, we’re able to provide our technology and mentorship at a fraction of the cost to people of color who otherwise wouldn’t have the means to do so.”