Our Mission

NDICA is a 501 © (3) organization whose mission is to create an ethical and equitable cannabis industry to reduce barriers contributing to the lack of representation of those most impacted by the War on Drugs, including people of color and other marginalized community members.

NDICA supports applicants and licensees eligible for the Social Equity Program (SEP) established under Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) Section 104.20.

NDICA is the only Cannabis organization funded by the Governor’s office and a preferred vendor for the City of Los Angeles’ Social Equity Program.

Our team aligns with innovative thinkers and leaders to create guidance and mentorship for the markets we serve. By bringing together government agencies, industry leaders, practitioners and intellectuals through forums, expungement clinics, trainings, think tanks and a thriving online community, NDICA provides the necessary technical expertise and resources to succeed in the cannabis and non-cannabis industries.

Our Board Members

BONITA BO MONEY
BONITA BO MONEY

Founder NDICA and Women Abuv Ground
FREEWAY RICK ROSS
FREEWAY RICK ROSS

Author, Activist and Speaker/NDICA VP Community Outreach and Relations
FANNY GUZMAN
FANNY GUZMAN

Also Co-Founder of Latinos for Cannabis
SENATOR JUSTIN T. WAYNE
SENATOR JUSTIN T. WAYNE

Authored: Nebraska Hemp Bill and Social Equity Bill
Bryant Mitchell
Bryant Mitchell

Founder of BlaqStar Farms
Empress Norma Jean.
EMPRESS NORMA JEAN

Director of NDICA-Ohio
Tiffany Bowden
TIFFANY BOWDEN

VP of Education

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