It's been a year since the worldwide pandemic changed all of our lives. One of the industries that felt the hit the hardest is the restaurant industry. Now that restaurants are reopening and people feel comfortable dining in public again, restaurant owners and managers are finding it difficult to fill open positions.
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The cannabis industry is growing at a record pace, employing thousands across the nation showing no sign of stopping any time soon. For women in cannabis, however, the numbers are slowly dwindling. In 2015, women executives and directors held nearly 40 percent of the seats; a number much higher than other industries. Fast forward just four years, as the cannabis business continue to balloon and larger money is getting involved that number has shrunk to just 17%.
That number will plateau and work its way back up if Diana Coats has anything to say about it. Accepting the role as Director of Cultivation for Clovr Cultivation in Kansas City she brings years of experience and a Ph.D education to back to where she received her degree and to brand new Missouri business full of potential.