Curaleaf's Raheem Uqdah Speaks On The Importance of Corporate Social Responsibility In Cannabis

Have you ever heard about Curaleaf? If not, allow me to educate you on the world's largest cannabis company. Curaleaf is committed to increasing diversity and equity within the cannabis industry. Last month, Curaleaf was one of the sponsors at the National Cannabis Festival held at RFK Stadium and I had the opportunity to network and meet a few members of their team. One of the notable Curaleaf team members I met was Raheem Uqdah, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and lead of the company's Rooted in Good program. Through this program, the company is able to fight for racial diversity and equity, which they have done a lot of both here in the DMV and around the country.

As a company, Curaleaf identified its greatest potential for positive change to fall within three Corporate Social Responsibility programs: DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion), Social Equity, & Environmental Sustainability. Curaleaf recently launched their Social Impact Report, which highlights major highlights of all three sections, and demonstrates how Rooted in Good has positively impacted communities. Download the report here: https://curaleaf.com/curaleaf-social-impact-report"

Check out my candid discussion with Raheem Uqdah to learn more about how Curaleaf is changing the cannabis industry and more about its Rooted In Good program.

The Daily Talks With Raheem Uqdah by Abu Sillah

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Abu is a Journalist & Business Owner from Prince George's County, MD. He is the CEO of The DMV Daily and Marketing Manager of The Wig Café, LLC. In May 2018, Abu obtained his B.A. in Sociology from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and is now attending Bowie State University for his M.A. in Organizational Communications.

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