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Women Grow Toronto: Signature Networking Event with Nazlee Maghsoudi

Join us at Centre for Social Innovation for the November Women Grow Toronto Signature Thursday Networking Event! This months event will feature Nazlee Maghsoudi, BComm, MGA the Knowledge Translation Manager at the International Centre for Science in Drug Policy (ICSDP) and board member of Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP). Nazlee will be presenting on ICSDP's recent #CannabisClaims campaign and convincing evidence-based scientific arguments to debunk myths about cannabis.

Women Grow Toronto works to foster a network of women and allies from across the Greater Toronto Area. Come mix and mingle with women leaders in the cannabis industry at this new monthly signature networking event. Whether you are running a cannabis business or thinking of starting one, this networking event is for you!

Through our monthly events, our members develop authentic relationships via personal contact and networking.

Each event showcases an innovative business or organization with valuable insight into different facets of the industry.

Join our Facebook group for Women Grow Toronto for updates: https://www.facebook.com/groups/womengrowtoronto/

Speaker Bio
Nazlee Maghsoudi is the Knowledge Translation Manager at the ICSDP. Her enthusiasm for drug policy reform has led her to advocate at the grassroots, national, and international levels. Nazlee is also a Board Member at Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy (CSSDP), and an Outreach Volunteer at TRIP! Project, a nightlife harm reduction program in Toronto. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen's University and a Master of Global Affairs from the University of Toronto.

Sponsored by Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. (http://www.supreme.ca/) is a Canadian-based, publically traded company seeking to become Canada’s leading supplier of affordable medical marijuana. Supreme is committed to producing affordable medical marijuana through the use of efficient and sustainable agricultural practices. Supreme's flagship, 7-acre greenhouse facility is located in picturesque Kincardine, Ontario, nestled on the shores of Lake Huron.