Chief Visionary Officer
Swan Simpson is the Founder, CBD Infusion Master, and Executive Chef of Canna Bistro, an Atlanta based culinary cannabis company. She is the creator of the Women Who CANnabis Symposium and the Publisher of the new Atlanta based Women Who Can Daily. She is a self-taught Vegan & Vegetarian Chef and Herbalist for more than 30 years with a philosophy of letting food be your medicine. Her company’s vision is to lead the world to wellness by making CBD a sexy new superfood to be consumed and enjoyed every single day.
Previously, Swan served as CEO of the defunct Mogul Money Records label. A top rated Radio Show Host on Atlanta's 87.9 FM and WBKE Las Vegas. And a woman about her business in technology by being the first woman of color to develop her own brand of tablet computers called RAM Technology. She has been a player in the merchant payments industry building multi-million dollar sales portfolios with major processors like 1st Data.
Prior years in entertainment and media has allowed her to produced 3 albums, 2 films and 8 television shows to her credit. Her company, Swan Simpson Media Group, helps connect brands to urban audiences. Her business portfolio includes clients and partnerships with Tracfone Wireless, Comcast, Google, 1st Data, AT&T, Netspend, Target, Sony/Orchard Music, Urbanlife, and others. Sales, Marketing, and Branding are at the core of her visionary leadership. She is also the publisher of Black American Moguls Magazine.
Swan believes in giving back. In 2013, she joined forces with the Hip Hop Community to sponsor Hip Hop Helps the Homeless. The event has brought together big names in Hip Hop (including Stevie J, Mimi Faust, Busy Bee, the Original Hip Hop Chef, Zulu Nation, Temple of Hip Hop & others) to help feed hundreds of homeless women and children over the past 6 years.
Recognized for her business acumen by the community, Swan has been honored by Who's Who in Black Atlanta, the Atlanta City Council, the Atlanta Business League, the U.S. House of Representatives, and in 2016 she received a Proclamation from the City of College Park, Georgia.