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Jenn Lauder is the cofounder of Splimm.com, a digital pot and parenting publication, as well as an experienced writer, consultant and marketer. Before pivoting to the cannabis industry, she spent a decade in independent schools as a progressive, anti-bias educator and teacher leader. Jenn’s goal is to bring cannabis to mainstream society in a relatable, comfortable, and intelligent way; her vision is a world where parents choose cannabis over alcohol and pharmaceuticals to the benefit of their children, families, and communities. In addition to her role at Splimm, Jenn is currently the Director of Marketing and Advocacy for an e-commerce herbal products company. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University and has completed graduate studies at Harvard University and Goddard College. Jenn and Splimm have been featured in numerous media outlets including The Guardian, Good Housekeeping, Canada’s National Post and The Atlantic. 
 

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How Teaching Your Kids About Marijuana May Help Them Be Better Citizens

Legal cannibis is here and, if you're a parent, that means it's more important than ever to get the facts and talk honestly with your children about marijuana. Here's why opening this can of worms is good and how to talk about it with your children.
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