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Jamila Owens-Todd N.D.

Board Member

Jamila Owens-Todd, Naturopathic Doctor has dedicated her life to supporting those in their healing. Her career started out as a Chemist, she then, graduated from the four-year, Naturopathic Doctor degree program at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Jamila has maintained a strong commitment to science in her practice, as well as to the greater community.

Jamila has served as the Research & Development Manager with a vertically integrated, Medical Cannabis operation and as General Manager for a Medical Cannabis Dispensary. Jamila provides high-quality practitioner and patient education on plant medicine, cannabis safety, dosing and use and has recently joined St. Louis University’s Cannabis Science and Operations Program in Cannabis Pharmacology, as an Adjunct Professor. In addition to providing quality holistic education and supporting patients in their healing journeys, Jamila is serving as Chief Science Officer of a Medical Cannabis manufacturer.

Jamila serves on the Advisory Board for the Missouri Cannabis Trade Association (MOCANN) as well as, a board member on JAINE, a Women In Cannabis-focused organization. Jamila has presented on a global stage on topics such as Neuroplasticity and Neurological health, Women’s Health, The Endocannabinoid System and NeuroProtective Plants and overall Plant Medicine science. Jamila is committed to sharing her experiences and insights to students and businesses, for their continued evolution.


with Jamila Owens-Todd N.D.

What do you love most about working in the Cannabis Industry?


I love creating new products and formulations and sharing the science of plants with others.

“I love creating new products and formulations and sharing the science of plants with others. ”

— JT

Who has been the biggest influence on your career?


I am inspired by all of the indigenous, ancient herbalists who’ve been doing this since the beginning of time.

What is your favorite quote?


“Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them.”

- A.A. Milne

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