Women of Kind Goods: Leading the way in cannabis retail

Women of Kind Goods: Leading the way in cannabis retail


In the evolving landscape of recreational cannabis dispensaries, Kind Goods has been a trailblazer not only for its commitment to providing top-quality cannabis products but also for its dedication to fostering diversity and empowering women in leadership roles. In this Women of Kind Goods spotlight, we introduce you to three remarkable women who are at the helm of Kind Goods’ recreational cannabis stores.

Rachel Boyer: Elevating the Experience at Fenton Location

Rachel, a seasoned professional with a passion for cannabis education, is the store manager at Kind Goods’ Fenton location. With her warm and welcoming demeanor, she has been instrumental in creating an inviting atmosphere for customers seeking guidance in the world of cannabis. Rachel’s journey in the cannabis industry began as a budtender, but her dedication, product knowledge, and exceptional customer service quickly propelled her to the role of store manager.

“The biggest misconception is THC percentage,” she said.

Rachel believes in the power of education and has cultivated a team of knowledgeable and friendly staff who prioritize customer well-being. She has implemented various educational initiatives at the Fenton store, from regular workshops on cannabis strains to personalized consultations to help customers make informed choices. Rachel’s dedication to empowering her team and customers alike has made Kind Goods Fenton a community hub for cannabis enthusiasts.

Dina Curran: Empowering St. Peters with Knowledge and Compassion

Dina, a compassionate advocate for cannabis, leads the team at Kind Goods’ St. Peters location. Her journey into cannabis retail was inspired by the therapeutic potential of the plant, and she has been determined to share her knowledge and experience with her community. Dina’s leadership is marked by her commitment to providing a safe and informative space for customers, especially those new to cannabis.

“Some people smoke and don’t know why they smoke, we can really educate them on why they’re using it,” Dina explained.


At the St. Peters location, Dina has introduced innovative educational programs that focus on the therapeutic aspects of cannabis. These programs, along with her team’s dedication to offering personalized guidance, have helped patients find comfort and relief through cannabis. Dina’s approach reflects Kind Goods’ mission of ensuring every customer feels valued and understood.

Alex Currie: Nurturing the Cannabis Community in Manchester

Alex, an advocate for sustainability and community engagement, is the store manager at Kind Goods’ Manchester location. Her commitment to both environmental responsibility and creating a sense of belonging among customers has made her an invaluable part of the Kind Goods family. With a background in environmental science, Alex has brought a unique perspective to cannabis retail.

“The thing I love most about working in the industry is not having to hide the biggest part of my personality anymore,” Alex said.

Alex’s store in Manchester has become a hub for sustainable cannabis practices, where they actively promote eco-friendly packaging, recycling programs, and energy-efficient operations. Her approach aligns with Kind Goods’ vision of a more sustainable and responsible cannabis industry.

In addition to her commitment to environmental initiatives, Alex believes in the power of community. She has initiated local partnerships with organizations, artists, and influencers to foster a sense of belonging within the cannabis community. Under her leadership, Kind Goods Manchester is not just a retail store; it’s a community gathering place.

These three remarkable women are exemplary leaders in the world of recreational cannabis. They embody Kind Goods’ commitment to diversity, sustainability, and education. Through their dedication and passion, Rachel, Dina, and Alex are driving the growth of Kind Goods and inspiring others to follow in their footsteps.

Kind Goods is proud to have these incredible women at the forefront of its mission to provide top-quality cannabis products in a welcoming and educational environment. Their journeys from starting as budtenders to becoming leaders in the cannabis retail industry is truly inspiring. They are not only providing top-quality cannabis products but also prioritizing diversity, education, and sustainability. It’s clear that Rachel, Dina, and Alex are making a significant impact on their respective communities and the cannabis industry as a whole. Kind Goods is fortunate to have such dedicated individuals at the helm, and their efforts are undoubtedly contributing to a brighter future for cannabis retail.