MCBA Equity Workshop Tour: A Movement to Foster Diversity & Equity in the Cannabis Industry

The Minority Cannabis Business Association is hosting the Equity Workshop Tour, a series of events dedicated to empowering social equity applicants and operators in the cannabis industry. Learn more about this movement and how to register here.

The Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA) is thrilled to announce our upcoming Equity Workshop Tour (EWT), designed to empower social equity applicants and operators in the Cannabis industry. We’re setting out to visit 10 cities this October, each filled with an agenda aimed at fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in the cannabis sector.

About the Equity Workshop Tour (EWT)

The EWT is more than just a series of events; it’s a movement bringing together business, advocacy, and community leaders committed to building an equitable Cannabis industry. With the collective aim of strengthening industry footholds for social equity applicants and operators, the tour promises an enriching blend of immersive learning and purposeful networking opportunities.

What Can You Expect?

  • Roundtable Discussions: Engage with industry experts intent on delivering tangible takeaways.
  • Group Discussions: Identify synergies and galvanize collective efforts towards industry equity.
  • Panels & Listening Sessions: Get firsthand insights and direct access to influential leaders in the cannabis space.
  • Networking: Connect with peers and thought leaders in an environment curated for meaningful interactions.


We’re honored to have Mike Lomuto of Dao Mastery hosting the tour. Mike was most recently in charge of all the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programming and managed the social equity scholarship program at NCIA.

Registration & Eligibility

Registration is FREE, but spaces are limited. Priority will be given to members of MCBA and partner organizations of the tour.


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