About Us

WCCC (Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce) was founded in 2012 as the Cannabis Chamber of Commerce. During a Cannabis Chamber of Commerce women in the industry networking breakfast in 2014 it was apparent there was a need for a chamber of commerce for women. The chamber organically evolved into the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce in 2016. The focus and mission statement has not changed:

WCCC (Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce) mission is to move entrepreneurs’ beyond empowerment into powerful result driven career strategies, CEO positions and business ownership; and to provide resources, education, and support for financial success and expansion.


Addison Morris CEO Women's Cannabis Chamber of Commerce

Addison Morris

CEO & Founder

Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce (WCCC)



Addison Morris became involved in the feminist movement in 1966. The values and goals of the feminist movement are reflected in the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce. 

Addison describes herself as a serial entrepreneur, starting her first business 1969. She became active in her local chamber of commerce and business organizations in 1970.

With the emergence of facebook Addison launched Panache Press a social media marketing company that focused on women owned small businesses. This became Sweet Jane Marketing with a focus on cannabis companies.

In 2011 she started the Cannabis Chamber of Commerce to address the business obstacles cannabis related businesses were encountering. A monthly breakfast for women working in the cannabis business inspired Addison to transition into the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce on January 1st, 2016.


Brianna Bowes

Executive Director

Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce (WCCC)



 Brianna Bowes is a cannabis industry leader and founder of companies such as Sunbaked Goods and Nexx Holdings; a network of expanding cannabis service lines, products, and entities such as clinics, gourmet edibles, and restaurants. She has a vision for the U.S. cannabis industry that protects it from turning into Big Pharma. Instead, her goal is for the cannabis industry to focus on research, conscious development, and helping people learn how to use cannabis for health benefits, whether medical, recreational, or aesthetic. Seen as a trailblazer for young minority women, Brianna places emphasis on education and establishing industry standards for the benefit of the consumer and industry alike.

She is on track to revolutionize the cannabis industry in major U.S. cities with full-fledged health care clinics, Cannabis infused food & beverage offerings and fine dining, consumption lounges, ketamine treatments, and more. Beyond holding the coveted position of the National Executive Director of the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce, her vision and strategy include establishing partnerships with well-known brands and organizations to facilitate her mainstream efforts for cannabis products in the U.S.

www.nexxhealth.com / www.sunbakedgoods.com