Reena has been advocating for social justice causes most of her life with much of her work focused on the inequities and racism in the Cannabis industry and society on the whole. Pairing advocacy and her culinary skills, Reena created High Society Supper Club to provide cannabis education and catering opportunities In an effort to promote healthier and more approachable ways of consuming cannabis, Reena pairs her culinary skills and knowledge of ganja to create a unique culinary experience for her audience. As a young girl, Reena witnessed her grandmother using Cannabis in the making of various salves and remedies while her father battled the law and society for his choice to partake. Many of her family members were victims to the War on Drugs so her participation in the industry is both personal and political and she sees it as one of the greatest and most ignored civil rights violations of all time. High Society Supper Club is the recipient of Now Magazine’s Readers Choice Award for Best Edible, and has been featured on the CBC’s The Current, Episode “Cooking With Cannabis”, Zoomer Media’s ONE Network, alongside most major Canadian publications including The Globe and Mail, The New York Times, The Canadian Press, Chatelaine, Flare, Liisbeth, Now Magazine and various other major and independant media sources on a variety of cannabis related content. She is currently the owner / operator of The Limin Coconut , a Caribbean Catering Company and The High Society Supper Club, a Cannabis Catering and Event Group. Reena is also the Volunteer Coordinator for The Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty, Board Member for the African Canadian and Caribbean Association of Hamilton and Community Coordinator for The Organja Society.