Danielle Espinel

Danielle Espinel

Danielle Ceruti Espinel is a multicultural professional dedicated to the welfare of society. She began her career in Venezuela at the renowned advertising agency J Walter Thompson. Still, the complicated political situation of her native country caused her to emigrate to the United States. She first moved to Miami, where she created Creactivity and Control Room Miami and worked with various nonprofit organizations, including Big Brother-Big Sister, Lions Club, Pearls of Hope, and Deep. In 2013 Danielle relocated to Colorado to save her son's life, which made her involved with the cannabis industry. After a year of working as a Trimmer, Budtender, Social Media Manager, Web Designer, and Creative Director with various dispensaries and growers, she decided to found Cannalatino. The organization devotes its time to informing and educating the Latino community about the benefits and regulations of Cannabis and to eliminating the taboo culture associated with Marijuana. One of the primary missions of Cannalatino is to help the legalization of Marijuana worldwide to include Cannabis in the scientific research area to study and define the benefits of the plant. Danielle has participated in world conferences such as ExpoMexico, CannabiSalud, Spannabis, Expomedeweed, MJBiz, and many others in the United States and worldwide. Danielle published in 2018 the first cooking book in Spanish around Cannabis for all the Hispanic Community and cannabis mothers like her.

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