Jess Jackson, MBA, M.ED, is a content marketing strategist, writer, designer, community architect, educator and healing practitioner. She has over a decade of experience in education and community advocacy.
Jess is co-owner of content marketing design firm, LOUD.social, which has launched a series of community-focused campaigns.
Cara Jackson is a cultivator. She currently works for a vertically integrated grow facility in Southeast Michigan and has a degree in Ecology — she loves plants. Her past work includes urban agriculture and parks and recreation.
She worked for the City of Detroit before transitioning her career to cannabis. Her dream for cannabis is one that is accessible and local.
The Garden Party — An educational event aiming to promote urban farming and hemp and cannabis cultivation.
Curvy Cannabis — A marketing campaign aimed at increasing the representation of fat bodies in cannabis.
The Midpoint Campout — A weekend long nature-immersive self-care retreat featuring educational workshops on holistic healing practices.
Blazing Silence — An educational event to share resources related to workplace discrimination.
The Take Off — A self-care and healing expo centering on Black female entrepreneurship.
Queer Xpressions — An intimate night of immersive experiences centering on Queer Folx of color.
Our vision for cannabis is one that is equitable both socially and financially. Jess has served as a member of the Social Equity Work Group with the City of Detroit and coordinates policy education sessions with legislatures through her neighborhood association in Detroit, Bagley Community Council of which she is Vice President.