The mission of #thisisjaneproject is to organize and document inclusive communities of womxn
for honest conversations around trauma, healing, and medicating with cannabis.
"It is what it is, until it isn't anymore. Then it's something else." -Shannon
A wielder of words, and collector of unpopular opinions, Shannon set out to destigmatize medicinal cannabis consumption through various forms of storytelling in 2017.
Our fearless founder's passions includes writing, LGBTQ equality, sexual-trauma survivorship, her family & co-dependent cats, and on Wednesday’s @8pm, watching Survivor.
Shannon is also the founder and editor of Cannabis for Breakfast - an online publication and media house dedicated to community, healing, and justice through storytelling.
co-founder & CMO
"I didn't know rock bottom had a basement". -Bri
On an endless adventure to discover the culture of cannabis and the mysteries of the wilderness, Bri takes The Grass Class podcast across the U.S. uncovering the stories of the true warriors of cannabis advocacy. With the scamp camper as her traveling studio, and her dog Chubbers as her guide, she dives into the stories of entrepreneurs, home-growers, organizations, advocates, cannabis refugees, and everyday people healing and living in harmony with cannabis.
Her job as a Marketing Manager and Content Director for a cannabis tech company and her contributions to Wick & Mortar’s blog keep her busy. In her free time, you can find her in the wilderness with her dog, playing sand volleyball, volunteering for environmental groups, or loving on her family and friends.
DR. MICHELE ROSS, PhD, MBA
advisory board member
Dr. Michele Ross, PhD, MBA, is a neuroscientist and health coach with a passion to help patients with chronic illness live their best life ever.
Dr. Ross is both a cannabinoid medicine researcher and a cannabis patient. After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia, neuropathy, and chronic pelvic pain, cannabis and kratom were the only treatments that reduced her symptoms. Upon hearing thousands of extraordinary patient stories just like hers, Dr. Ross was compelled to ensure cannabis and other natural substances become part of the American healthcare regimen.
In 2013, Dr. Ross founded the “Endocannabinoid Deficiency Foundation,” later known as IMPACT Network, which was the first nonprofit to provide research and advocacy on cannabis for women’s health. In 2017 she founded Infused Health, an online platform for cannabis education and health coaching. She has authored several bestselling books including Vitamin Weed and Train Your Brain To Get Thin.
survivor & contributor
"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow"". -Anne Radmacher
Rebecca is a disabled, single mother of two biracial children. As an incest, sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking survivor, she is a lifelong advocate for trauma-informed consumption. Rebecca has been consuming cannabis since the age of 14 to combat PTSD flashbacks. She is also a contributor for Cannabis for Breakfast and an Elevated Advocate through Sativa Science Club.
An ordained Minister, Rebecca enjoys reading, writing, research, meditation, yoga, hiking, & spending time with her kids. Originally from Wisconsin, she now resides in the desert of Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas.