Entrepreneurs — marijuana and otherwise — speak at Jewish high school

Given that high school is generally the time kids first experiment with smoking pot, it’s not every day that a high school invites two of its alumni back to speak about the strides they’re making in the cannabis business.

But with legalization comes the dawning of a new era. The Jewish Community High School of the Bay in San Francisco took that step on Aug. 30 when Ezra Malmuth (class of 2006) and Jeremy Weiss (’08), founder and production manager of Atlas Edibles, a company that makes cannabis-infused granola clusters, took the stage along with several other entrepreneurs to talk about their businesses at an event called “The Big Pivot: The Secret Sauce of Founders.”

It was the first “i2i Integration and Innovation Forum” for the JCHS community, a series designed to “bring together machers and shakers of any age who are interested in engaging with

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