I'm Amber E. Senter.

I'm a Creative.

I'm an Advocate.

I'm an Entrepreneur.

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based in Oakland, California.

About Me

It’s Me, Amber E.

I'm Amber E Senter, an entrepreneur.

I have over twenty years of marketing and project management experience. I am founder and CEO of MAKR House, a distribution and infused cannabis products company. I head fundraising, supply chain management, government relations, strategy, product development and marketing. I am also co-founder, Chair of the Board, and Executive Director of Supernova Women. Formed in 2015, the organization is dedicated to empowering people of color to become self-sufficient cannabis industry shareholders. I am a US Coast Guard Veteran and have held many leadership roles in the cannabis industry. As the former Chief Operations Officer (COO) of an Oakland dispensary, my primary responsibility was to create and implement procedures to improve sales and increase profitability. While at the dispensary I obtained Oakland’s only onsite consumption permit. My voice is trusted in the growing cannabis industry, as is my unsurpassed knowledge of the end medical and adult-use base. I am a sought after coach and mentor, and a role model for new cannabis business entrepreneurs.

  

My work in social equity.

The War on Drugs is a failed war which has destroyed Black and Brown communities. We have had our possessions, homes, jobs, children, and in some cases our lives taken from us as a result. Social equity programs were created with the intent to address some of the harms caused by the failed War on Drugs by giving the affected communities a chance to participate in the legal cannabis market. While we have a long way to go in social equity programs, it is a start in the right direction.

Supernova Women worked with the City of Oakland to establish the first social equity program in the nation. We worked with CA Senator Steven Bradford's office to create SB1294, the bill that funds local social equity programs throughout the state of California. Most recently Supernova Women has worked with the City of Oakland to create the country's first social equity workforce development program for cannabis. In my for profit business, Breeze Distro, we have launched EquityWorks! Incubator, the first shared social equity cannabis manufacturing facility in the country. I am constantly working to lower barriers of entry for Black and Brown people, and for communities most impacted by the failed War on Drugs. 

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I tailor my services to each client. My process is selective, I offer a free consultation to each potential client. If we agree to move forward together we will collaborate on a scope of work, a list of outcomes, and a timeline. My rates vary depending on the scope and goals we will work to achieve together.

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