March is National Women’s History Month and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate than to highlight the historical and current accomplishments of our leader and visionary, Julianna Carella.
The embodiment of a successful serial entrepreneur, Julianna is a trailblazer—fearless, focused, driven and always ahead of the competition. Her story is noteworthy in that she’s built one of the world’s first medical cannabis brands and since 2008 has created not one, but two multi-million dollar enterprises: Auntie Dolores and Treatibles. These brands are dramatically altering the quality of life for health-conscious consumers and their pets by both providing broad access to safe alternatives and educating the public on the therapeutic value of cannabis and hemp.
Throughout her career, Julianna has been dedicated to championing and mentoring women. As a matter of fact, our company is 90% + women-run. She has a keen sense of recognizing each staff member’s strengths and adjusts positions to set employees up for success.
Don’t just take our word for it – Julianna’s influence and grace have been nationally recognized:
- Pet Age Magazine named her a Women of Influence award winner AND as a pet industry woman pushing barriers
- Forbes Magazine published an entrepreneurial feature on Julianna
- Authority Magazine featured her as a woman leader in the cannabis industry
- Vanity Fair included her cannabis experience and expertise in an article on CBD for pets
Success has only fueled Julianna’s drive. She’s as determined as ever! In just the last year she has reimagined and relaunched the Auntie Dolores line of Organic Full Spectrum Hemp CBD products, introduced several new Treatibles products and worked to make Treatibles available in Japan (the only CBD for pet products in Japan that have gone through research and clinical trials). Of course, she’s getting ready to unveil a whole lot more in 2021. We’ll keep you posted!
To learn more about how Julianna evolved from dancer and bookkeeper to become an industry leader in cannabis and hemp, visit our story on AuntieDolores.com.