Introducing MCBA’s New Board Of Directors For 2024


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The Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA) is one of the first organizations created specifically to progress the cannabis industry by increasing diversity. The MCBA’s mission is to create equal access and economic empowerment for cannabis businesses, their patients, and the communities most affected by the War on Drugs.

Over the last few months, we welcome some new members to our 15 member board of directors.

Who Are The Minority Cannabis Business Association’s New For 2024 Board Members?

As the premier business association dedicated to improving diversity and social equity in the cannabis industry, the MCBA is thrilled to announce the election of its new Board of Directors and Executive Board for 2024:

You can view full bios for each board member here.

The newly elected board members are poised to lead the association into a future where the prospect of federal cannabis reform becomes a reality, emphasizing the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the industry.

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What Is Minority Cannabis Business Association President Tahir Johnson Saying About Leadership Plans For 2024?

In response to his election, President Tahir Johnson shared his enthusiasm:

“I am both honored and excited to lead the Minority Cannabis Business Association at such a pivotal time for our industry. As we stand on the cusp of potential federal cannabis reform, our mission to ensure that minority entrepreneurs are given fair access and opportunities has never been more critical. Together, with the support and dedication of our new executive board, I am confident that we can make significant strides towards a more inclusive and equitable cannabis industry.”

What’s Next For The Minority Cannabis Business Association?

The MCBA looks forward to leveraging the diverse backgrounds and expertise of its new board to champion the cause of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the cannabis industry, fostering a future where all have the opportunity to thrive.

For more information about the Minority Cannabis Business Association and its initiatives, please visit You can also connect with and follow MCBA on Instagram at @mincannbusassoc, on X (formerly Twitter) at @mincannbusassoc, and on Linked In at

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