Tiffany Wu is a graduate of Harvard Law School and has practiced as an attorney in both the public and private sectors.

Tiffany was formerly counsel for the IRS where she advised IRS agents during tax audits and appeals and tried cases on behalf of the government against individuals and small businesses. As a result, she has a valuable understanding of how the IRS operates.

After leaving the IRS, Tiffany joined a BigLaw firm assisting clients in the areas of corporate formation, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and trusts and estates.  She has worked with many companies in the startup phase to establish their businesses, as well as companies looking to grow domestically and internationally.

Tiffany is an active supporter of efforts to legalize the sale and use of cannabis in California and other states. She is a member of the Bay Area chapter of Women Grow, the Cannabis Bar Association, and co-founder of Asian Americans for Cannabis Education (AACE).



Monica Lo is a New York City advertising creative gone rogue. Monica has creative directed and designed for full-service advertising agencies, digital shops, various entertainment projects, and start-ups.

Monica is also an activist and photographer working to change public perception of cannabis users. Monica is the co-founder of WeedHorn, the creator of Sous Weed, the co-creator of Asian Americans for Cannabis Education, and a photo contributor at Stock Pot Images

Monica has many years of experience in food styling and photography. She has trained at The Institute of Culinary Education in NYC and with Andrew Scrivani from the New York Times. Monica just wrapped a photo shoot for a Sous Vide at Home cookbook with Ten Speed Press and Nomiku slated for a November 2016 launch. 

Monica has also cooked and shot with Top Chef Mei LinDara the Bow Girl from MasterChef Junior, Opening CeremonyChef Jacques La Merde, and has been featured on PopSugar