Ebele Ifedigbo is co founder and co director of the Hood Incubator a social impact organization creating pathways to ownership in legal cannabis for people of color. Ebele's passion lies at the intersection of racial and economic justice and Ebele is committed to using business to foster innovation and racial equity in cannabis. Prior to the Hood Incubator Ebele founded a Black youth leadership organization called Ambassadors for Africa. Ebele has also worked with the NAACP to develop federal and state policies and programs aimed at closing the national Racial Wealth Divide. Other professional experiences include working as an financial analyst at Ameriprise Financial and a legal and compliance analyst at Goldman Sachs. Ebele received a joint B.A. in economics and philosophy with a minor in African studies from Columbia University and a MBA from Yale University.
Connecting the Underground Market to Green Economy
Co-founder & Co-director