Indigenous Hemp Organizational Structure
Chief Executive Director
To achieve the company’s strategic objective
Director, New Business Ventures
To assist in achieving the company’s strategic objective by providing Directors with information and recommendation related to new business opportunities and building relationships with companies all along the value chain.
Director, Special Projects
To assist in achieving the company’s strategic objective by providing Directors with information and recommendations related to special projects so that clients all along the value chain expectations and the company’s financial objectives are met or exceeded.
Director, Farm Production and Sales
To assist in achieving the company’s strategic objective by acquiring and retaining long-term, quality farmers through the development and implementation of production, materials control, and quality control systems in accordance with contractual obligations, so that farmer’s expectations and the company’s financial standards are met or exceeded.
Director, Farm Lands and Buildings
To assist in achieving the company’s strategic objective by acquiring and retaining long-term, quality farmers through the development of lands and buildings, and quality control systems in accordance with contractual obligations, so that farmer’s expectations and the company’s financial standards are met or exceeded.
Director, Internal Operations
To assist in achieving the company’s strategic objective by providing Directors and staff support for the acquisition and retention of clients (consumers) through the planning, evaluation, monitoring and improving the financial, information technology, human resources, and administrative systems, in a way that promotes an effective, smooth-running organization.
Director, Marketing Development
To assist in achieving the company’s strategic objective by supporting the acquisition and retention of long-term, quality clients (consumers) for the company through the development and implementation of marketing, lead generation and lead conversion systems.
Director, Hemp Education and Learning
To assist in achieving the company’s strategic objective by developing consumers for hemp manufacturers and distributors by providing educational and learning products, services, and information that they will perceive as emotionally satisfying.
By 2026, Indigenous Hemp has secured a North American wide presence working with hemp farmers, investors, funders, and buyers on building their economic sustainability. Indigenous Hemp will exceed $45.0 million dollars in sales with a net profit margin of 25%. Indigenous Hemp is a well-recognized brand within the industrial hemp and (medical marijuana) markets, worldwide. Indigenous Hemp, operating as a world – class social business organization, attracted the best tribal minded people within the industry and abroad. Indigenous Hemp continues to advance the concept of social business in other related industries and remains an astute champion of the social business model in all aspects of the cannabis economic sustainability throughout the globe.
Indigenous Hemp employs 60 people directly and influenced, directly and indirectly, employment for another 250,000 people in the Hemp and Medical Marijuana industry. There are four offices located at strategic locations throughout North America with the office structures made from hemp materials. Hemp is demonstrated in all possible aspects including paper, clothing, furniture, decor and building.
Indigenous Hemp applies Indigenous culture and values in everything it does. All employees are informed upfront of the values and beliefs and can choose the indoctrination to make the values a part of their everyday life, inside and outside of the company. However, nothing is ever imposed on anyone who already believes another way and if they happen to find themselves in the Indigenous Hemp organization, they determine their preferred events related to the practice of culture within the organization. All people are treated with the utmost veneration regardless of their religion or spirituality; however, are grounded in the mission, vision, and values of the company.
Indigenous Hemp concentrates on building economic sustainability with hemp, therefore every organizational tenet is guided by this duty. All interactions and engagements are guided by this mission to build economic sustainability with hemp for the ultimate purpose of Tribal Wheel balance. Tribal Wheel balance is the ultimate aim. Tribal Wheel balance occurs one farm or farmer at a time, one investor at a time, one funder at a time and one buyer at a time.
Employment occurs on any aspect of the value chain including farming, manufacturing, and distribution. Employees feel a sense of self – reliance to be able to live the life they have envisioned for themselves and their family. Dependency and the scarcity mindset are a distant memory, however never forgotten as a teaching tool and learning experience.
Consumers feel compelled to learn about the history, development and multipurpose uses of hemp in their everyday life. It becomes a normal purchase pattern for the multitudes of people from every race on earth. The masses are increasing the demand for hemp-related products influencing the legal and lawful legislation related to hemp and medical cannabis.
Indigenous Hemp – Company Story
Poverty has almost destroyed Red Indians! Look around in almost every Indigenous community in North America and you’ll find poverty of some sort in various degrees. Some Indigenous communities are more visibly poverty-stricken than others. This is because the general society occupies 99.8% of the land mass and all Indigenous communities in Canada occupy just 0.2% of the land mass. Nevertheless, the unevenness of economic activity is so prevalent throughout the Indigenous world that Indigenous people have to come to believe nothing can or will change. We don't believe that for one second! Change on the tribal economic wheel is going to happen if done in a good way and by the will of the great spirit.
When the ancestors were signing agreements (treaties), spirituality was very much an integral aspect of the event. Pipe, songs, ceremonies and gift giving were all a part of the signing. Significant importance was placed on the items elders and holy people carried to these signing events. History has proven that Indigenous peoples have never strayed away from their signing of the agreement of those earlier and modern day treaties. However, the colonizers have clearly deviated from their intentions right from the very beginning. Despite this truth, things are changing and they are changing fast.
According to literature, Hemp, with its 12,000 years or so history amongst the vertebrate species, has had its own impact as a useful plant, to being held hostage and contained for many years, and is now re-emerging as an antidote to the adverse destruction of the earth. Hemp can save the world! Hemp is the medicine our planet needs NOW rather than later! Hemp is a powerful plant with over 25,000 plus uses. The multipurpose nature of hemp makes it an ideal alternative to help heal the earth, the people and all living entities on earth. Without earth, all vertebrate species and all other relatives cease to exist! Upright two - leggeds are fourth on the creation cycle.
Hemp is what the company is going to use a tool to achieve economic sustainability. This result will be achieved by creating a Sovereign Hemp economy that focuses on employment and helping our planet heal. We plant the medicine for her. The Sovereign hemp economy in the farming, manufacturing, distribution and consumer value chain will establish meaningful employment. Employment that leads to better quality of life. Better choice in life. Better tribes. Better world. Balance!
A better world equates to Tribal Wheel Balance. Tribal Wheel balance is the ultimate goal. How it looks will be as distinct for each (Tribe) Nation all across North America. North America is home to all races on the tribal wheel, each occupying their respective place on the circle of life.
INDIGENOUS HEMP helps HEMP FARMERS, INVESTORS, FUNDERS, AND BUYERS GAIN in their economic relationship so that they can continue to offer jobs, expand their brand, and give medicine to the earth.
What value do we offer to the customer?
1. 60/40 Split
2. Place - based Economic Development
3. Cultural Business Practices
4. Monetary Effectiveness
5. Networking - Ally Development
INDIGENOUS HEMP IS AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANY
The Chinese writing translates to the word "MA", which means HEMP. Indigenous Hemp acknowledges the origin of hemp, although there may be disputes on this claim, nevertheless Indigenous Hemp respectfully recognizes the symbol and integrates INDIGENOUS into it. Although the image or logo appears in black and white, there are four colors associated with this symbol, much like the ancient teachings of the North American medicine wheel. The medicine wheel has the four colors of mankind and the subsequent teachings in each quadrant of the medicine wheel.