Valerie Leveroni Corral
CEO, WAMM Phytotherapies







Valerie Leveroni Corral is CEO of WAMM Phytotherapies and has worked in the cannabis industry. 

WAMM Phytotherapies is a nonprofit organization with high standards of service, quality, environmentally sound, organic, and modestly priced cannabis. WAMM is heavily involved in ensuring compassionate cannabis needs for members of their community. WAMM provides free medicinal cannabis alongside holistic integrative therapies, plant medicines, and alternative applications to those in need. They offer personalized treatment and embrace comprehensive methods into living and dying well.

In 1993 Valerie co-founded the Wo/Men’s Alliance for Medical Marijuana in Santa Cruz, CA, a patient centric collective created to serve and to relieve suffering, the longest running medical marijuana collective in the US. Her work has spanned the nation and the globe for three decades in political and legislative areas to ensure direct services to patients and in end of life and palliative care with medical cannabis. 

Valerie and WAMM’s work pioneered patient care and challenged the federal government where Federal Court Judge Jeremy Fogel named WAMM the “Gold Standard” of the medical marijuana movement. Valerie has acted in an advisory capacity providing testimony to US Congress, in the Middle East, from the British Commonwealth, and EU countries. She has conducted anecdotal research based on heirloom genetics that led to the development of products to serve members. 

Valerie is also the director of this non-profit, Raha Kudo, the Design for Dying Project.