“Eaze is honored to join the National Hispanic Cannabis Council and actively work together in providing opportunities, education and support to the Hispanic community. At Eaze, we aim to help build a more equitable diverse cannabis industry through programs like our Momentum accelerator and our Social Equity menu/licensing program. As the industry continues to grow, organizations like NHCC are crucial to bring exposure and awareness to our communities and break down culture stigmas. “
Jennifer Lujan is the Senior Director of Social Impact at Eaze. In her role, Jennifer leads the company’s efforts to leverage human capital, technology and financial resources to improve communities and support underrepresented entrepreneurs to succeed in the cannabis industry. Her work focuses specifically on building and supporting initiatives that help those negatively impacted by the War on Drugs, leading the company’s accelerator program, Momentum, and providing affordability and accessibility of cannabis to patients. She has been recognized by San Francisco Business Times as one of the Bay Area’s Most Influential Women, Forbes and awarded for her work in social impact.
Prior to Eaze, she was the Founder and CEO of Weed for Good, an organization that brought free cannabis to low income, terminally ill patients throughout California. An El Paso, Texas native, Jennifer brings more than 15 years of experience in community engagement and social impact across a wide variety of industries.