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Creating a better world requires teamwork, partnerships, and collaboration, in as such we are proud to create alliances with those who believe in compassionate care for all. 

Minorities For Medical Marijuana


needs to be heard.....stand up and be counted!

your voice


Minorities for Medical Marijuana is a advocacy, education, marketing, and outreach organization here to inform, educate, and empower.


Our Partners

Minorities 4 Medical 
Marijuana

One Community|One Voice|Your Vote


Cam Howard

Gainesville, FL

Marketing and Research Coordinator


The Florida Right to Medical Marijuana Initiative, also known as Amendment 2, is on the November 8, 2016 ballot in Florida as an initiated constitutional amendment. A vote "for" the measure would legalize medical marijuana for individuals with debilitating medical conditions as determined by a licensed state physician. Allows medical use of marijuana for individuals with debilitating medical conditions as determined by a licensed Florida physician. Allows caregivers to assist patients’ medical use of marijuana. The Department of Health shall register and regulate centers that produce and distribute marijuana for medical purposes and shall issue identification cards to patients and caregivers. Applies only to Florida law. Does not immunize violations of federal law or any non-medical use, possession or production of marijuana. Minorities for Medical Marijuana is in support of this measure.

Bianca Garza

Orlando, FL        

NDCC PAC

Executive Director​

Board of Directors

Our Team

Vanessa Dove

San Francisco, CA

Editorial Director


While most small- to medium non profits can’t afford the multi-million dollar ad budgets from the Madison Avenue agencies, we can create an effective and memorable campaign leveraging different media as we touch communities across the country: Online media, Print media, Social media, Publicity, Email, Radio, Television,Search Engine Optimization, and Outdoor Media. 


Scheril Murray Powell, Esq

Fort Lauderdale, FL General Counsel

Rosemary Wallace

Rock Hill, SC

South Carolina Chapter President


Our Education and Marketing Campaign

Roz McCarthy

Orlando, FL

Founder/CEO

Minorities for Medical Marijuana, Inc. is a Florida non Profit organization focused on providing marketing, education, and outreach to minority communities on the social, healthcare, political, and business aspects of the medical marijuana industry.

Get Informed

Education is paramount! We as voters and citizens must stay informed. Here's some links to critical topics that will keep you informed and educated about this measure.


  • Right to Try Act
  • US States with Medical Marijuana Law
  • Medical Marijuana Use with 
  • THC vs. Cannabis
  • Delivery Methods of Medical Marijuana
  • The Business of Medical Marijuana
  • Political Update

Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD Orlando, FL         Medical Director​

David Moett   Miami, FL         South Florida Chapter President


Jameson Bennett  NYC, NY

NY/NJ Chapter President

Erik Range

Orlando, FL

Board Chair

Owner, Art 420

Founder and CEO

Erik Range, Board Chair

Mike Freeman, Vice Chair

Sheena Clinch, Treasurer

Tara Allen, Secretary

​Tamieka Range, PA

Michael Minardi, PA

G. Malik Burnett MD, MBA, MPH

Dr. Lance McCarthy, PhD

Dr. Leo Bennett, PharmD

​Mehka King

Scheril Murray Powell, General Counsel




Roz McCarthy is known as a innovative and strategic entrepreneurial leader who gets the job done.  She has over 24 years of demonstrated success as a sales, marketing, branding, and business development expert. As the Founder/Executive Director of Minorities for Medical Marijuana, Inc. she is is responsible for the day to day operation and is involved in developing advertising and marketing campaigns to promote awareness, information, and education about the efficacy of medical marijuana. It is a varied role that includes planning, marketing, advertising, public relations, event organization, fund development, sponsorship, and research. The work is often challenging and fast-paced. When asked should marijuana be legalized for medical use.......Without hesitation Roz boldly says yes! "In 1983 my father lost his vision due to glaucoma and in 2005 my mother passed away after a courageous battle against breast cancer. I'm sure if medical marijuana options were available they could have made a difference and improved their quality of life."

Roz McCarthy