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Shawna Vercher Attends CBA Globe Awards in Miami

Shawna Vercher, host of the upcoming social justice documentary series, participated in the Cannabis Business Awards “CBA Globes” held in Miami, Florida. The event was hosted by Chloe Villano, founder of CBA, and Rohan Marley, former star linebacker at the University of Miami son of reggae legend Bob Marley. Shawna was escorted by Leo Bridgewater, winner of the CBA Globe for Activist of the Year.

The Cannabis Business Awards honors cannabis professionals deserving of historical recognition and esteemed accolades for industry progression and innovation. The star-studded event was held at the Sacred Space venue and featured special guests Ricky Williams, NFL All-Pro and Heisman Trophy winner, and Boo Williams, former New Orleans Saints tight end.

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What is unique about the CBA Globes is that they also celebrate the activists and organizations working hard to make sure that all types of people have a seat at the table as it grows. “

Shawna Presley Vercher, leading political media strategist, will Executive Produce and host a new social justice documentary series airing this Winter.  The show, set to resume production this Summer, will be filmed in various locations throughout the United States and will highlight a number of topics making headlines including the cannabis industry, Veterans’ issues, and justice reform.

Shawna entered the national spotlight as the founder of a prominent media and crisis management company. She has advised notable figures and brands such as Fortune 100 companies, award-winning celebrities, and campaigns for President, Governor, and Congress.

An award-winning speaker and author, her first book, “A Fearless Voice: How a National Scandal Made Me an Advocate for Building a Better America”, debuted as an Amazon Best Seller, landing in the Top 25 in Political Advocacy and in the Top 100 in Human Rights. Her second book, a motivational guide to movement building, is based on her work with her clients and with leading activist organizations around the world. The book title has yet to be released and is also due out this Fall.

The series will reveal the behind the scenes intersection between politics and entertainment by showcasing how candidates or issues are packaged to capture the attention of today’s media and the public. Producers of the show stated that their goal is to promote involvement in activism that extends beyond voting.

“The cannabis industry is an exciting one that is growing across the country,” Shawna said. “What is unique about the CBA Globes is that they also celebrate the activists and organizations working hard to make sure that all types of people have a seat at the table as it grows. That need for inclusion is exactly the type of subject we will be capturing as part of our series.”

The series will be produced by Reine Media in cooperation with the Real Sisters, a New York based production duo whose work with award-winning talent including Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Emily Blunt, Jon Stewart, and Matt Damon has been showcased worldwide.

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