About Jean Marlowe:
Jean Marlowe is a mother and grandmother, business-owner, entrepreneur, civil and human rights advocate and nature lover. She lives in the beautiful Smoky Mountains of western North Carolina with her dog Foxy and cat Siley. She has been featured in numerous media sources including newspaper, film, radio, television (including CNN, Wolf Blitzer, MSNBC, Nancy Grace & WLOS, WSPA, and WYFF-TV). She was featured in a documentary produced by Open Democracy and directed by journalist Charles Shaw, entitled “The Unheard Voices Project”. She has been in numerous magazines including Verve Magazine, Sage Woman, High Times, Cannabis Culture, Skunk Magazine’s 100 Women of Weed. She is a speaker, lecturer, and instructor and has been featured at numerous metaphysical conferences and workshops. Jean grew up in Rutherford County of NC and graduated from East Rutherford High School in 1969. She has 30 years experience in business and office management. She holds a certificate in Library Sciences and is qualified as a Library Aide. She is owner and CEO of Oldengreen Inc., a staffing and consulting firm.
Co-hosts Cannabis Cures a regular weekly Talk Radio show, with co-host Shona Banda, which features interviews, patients, doctors and providers.