Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
At Trulieve We Believe
In operating as one team we share a core value that embraces diversity, takes meaningful action to support social equity, encourages inclusivity, and celebrates our unique set of experiences and perspectives. We believe that by valuing our teammates, operating with trust and integrity, and cultivating opportunities for access, we will build a stronger and more empathetic culture.
This commitment is evident in who we are as a company -- from the majority minority communities we operate in, to the support we give social equity businesses and operations, veterans, and LGBTQ+ communities, to the way we hire and ensure racial and gender equality throughout our organization. This focus on diversity and inclusion provides an ability to draw on a diverse set of viewpoints and allows us to create authentic interactions for positive impact within the communities in which we operate.
The Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Committee at Trulieve develops and oversees implementation of policies and initiatives aimed at promoting and protecting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Keep checking this page for new details about Trulieve’s efforts to support diversity, equity and inclusion in our company and in our communities. As of year-end 2021:
Over 45% of our employees identify as non-white
32% of our leadership identify as non-white, up 15% from the previous year
37% of leadership and 46% of overall staff identify as women
50% of our Board of Directors are women, up 25% from the previous year
December 10, 2020
Social Impact Investing: Investing in Our Culture, Impacting Our Community. Panel discussion with Valda Coryat, CMO of Trulieve. Watch the webinar here.
November 4, 2020
Trulieve announces donation of $40,000 to the Last Prisoner Project from its "Roll it Up for Justice" campaign. The donation followed Trulieve's recent expungement clinics held in Florida and Massachusetts in September. Read the press release here.
July 1, 2020
TruTalk with partner Minorities for Medical Marijuna’s found Roz McCarthy discussing the difference between equality/equity, resources to expunge cannabis crimes, and the importance of businesses taking a social stand. Watch the discussion on Trulieve’s YouTube channel.
June 18, 2020
TruTalk with QLatinX, One Orlando Alliance, Peer Support Space Inc on the importance and history of Pride month. Watch the discussion on Trulieve’s YouTube channel.
June 19, 2020
Valda Coryat, Chief Marketing Officer, and Chloe Grossman, Director of Corporate Growth, host a special Facebook Live to reflect on the meaning of Juneteenth and Trulieve’s commitment to Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. Watch here: Facebook Live
May 18, 2020
Chloe Grossman, Director of Corporate Growth, joins Todd Rosales on Elevate your Grind to talk about Diversity and Inclusion. Podcast link here: the podcast
February 20, 2020
TruStars – Cory talks about learning about – and then joining – Trulieve. Watch here
Trulieve is committed to internal and external social responsibility programs that will enhance our work environment and culture, reinforce our Corporate values, continue investment in local majority minority communities, and aspire to make a positive impact with social justice. The programs created support our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion charter and in 2020 we have committed to:
- Job Fairs and Internships
- Mentorship Programs
- Internal D&I Training
- Company-wide Supplier Diversity Initiative
- Expungement Events
- Diversity Programs and Campaigns
- Reinvestment in Impacted Communities
Partnerships and Sponsorships
Trulieve has a history of sponsoring and partnering with a wide array of organizations that support our minority, veteran, disabled, and the LTBGQ+ communities. As the company continues to expand as a Multi-State Operator (MSO) we are also expanding our outreach and broadening our support into new states. This includes partnering with organizations to support the good work they are doing as well as philanthropic efforts where we provide charitable donations and financial gifts.
Last Prisoner Project
One Orlando Alliance
Metro Inclusive Health
Minorities for Medical Marijuana
Tampa Bay LGBT Chamber
LGBTQ Center of Bay County
Wounded Warrior Abilities Ranch
Lutheran Social Services
K9 Heroes for our Heroes
Working Women of Tampa Bay