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Dec 6, 2018

Millennial entrepreneur, Karson Humiston, is the founder and CEO of the largest recruiting agency in the cannabis industry, Vangst. After being turned away by career services at St. Lawrence University for inquiring about careers in the cannabis industry, Karson decided to create a company that helps people secure careers in the fast emerging industry. Karson, age 25, now leads a team of over 30 people who have filled more than 5,500 positions to date. Before founding Vangst, Karson started On Track Adventures, a student travel organization which she sold in March 2015 before heading to Colorado where she currently lives. Prior to On Track Adventures, Karson started many small businesses growing up, including a resale golf ball company, where at the age of 11 Karson was employing two of her peers to help her collect, clean and resell golf balls.

“Being persistent, having patience, really believing in your idea and yourself to a point where you don’t give up after a few no’s I just think is the number one thing. It’s easier to just throw the towel in than to continue going and continue having people turn you down and continue overcoming challenges. And then being the real. I don’t think people should pretend that they are something that they are not or pretend that they are smarter than they are or that they have experience that they don’t have. I think it is important to be real with your clients, be real with your employees, to be real with your investors if you have investors. Just be real.”…[Listen for More]

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