A cannapreneur, Bonita “Bo” Money is one of the few women of color in the emerging, billion dollar cannabis business.
She’s the creator of That Glass Jar, a cannabis-infused topical, and founder of the NDICA- National Diversity and Inclusion Cannabis Alliance and Women Abuv Ground, a networking organization, dedicated to introducing the cannabis business, namely to women of color. Women Abuv Ground (WAG) launched its networking organization with a splashy, pre-Grammy Awards party with plenty of cannabis-infused food and wine, plus edibles and cotton candy!
The CannaCool Lounge was held on Thursday, February 9, 2017 at the Casa Vertigo in downtown Los Angeles. Emmy Award-winning TV personality Montel Williams received WAG’s first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award for using his celebrity to bring awareness to medical cannabis for treatment of chronic illnesses. Because of her presence in the cannabis industry, Money was featured in Variety magazine and named to LA Weekly’s annual “People List 2017.”
Born in Seoul, Korea, and raised in Monterey, CA, Money began her research of the cannabis industry and became very interested in the healing properties of cannabis. Money created That Glass Jar ™ , an organic, herbal cannabis-infused cream that cures Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus , commonly known as MRSA. That Glass Jar ™ has been an effective treatment for drug-resistant bacteria like MRSA. The cannabis-infused cream proves scientific studies that show that cannabis have antibacterial properties. That Glass Jar ™ can treat a variety of ailments from sun burns, eczema and psoriasis to arthritis, fibromyalgia and some forms of skin cancer.
She’s working on a reality show, called “Hollyweed Divas,” which follows a group of “women in weed” as they enter into the male-dominated, cannabis industry.