Angela Pih is a brand accelerator with decades of experience in cannabis, fashion, beauty, wellness, and premium lifestyle brands. At StateHouse, Angela leads marketing across the company’s 14 Harborside and Urbn Leaf retail stores, from Bay to Border. She oversees StateHouse’s wholesale brands; Kingpen/Kingroll, Loudpack, Dime Bag, Sublime, Fuzzies and Smokiez, as well as new product development and innovation.
Prior to joining StateHouse Holdings, Angela was the Chief Marketing Officer at CannaCraft, one of the largest cannabis companies in California. During her time at CannaCraft, Angela led a dynamic team across Marketing, R&D and Scientific Affairs, giving her the opportunity to be innovation-focused. In only 15 months, she launched two new brands and 70 new products, directing a portfolio of 12 brands. At CannaCraft, Angela created and launched the company’s first wholly owned, cannabis-infused beverage brand, GEM+JANE, a line of microdosed sparkling botanical beverages created for women by women. She started her cannabis career as Chief Marketing Officer at Papa & Barkley.
Angela specializes in high-growth companies primed for national and international expansion, as a growth and sales-driven marketer she takes a holistic omnichannel approach to solve business challenges, grow brands, and influence consumer behavior. Angela is a recipient of three Cannabis CLIOs; one for a suite of cannabis budtender education for the Cannacraft Academy on Zoltrain and two for her work with Papa & Barkley. Angela is recognized among Green Entrepreneur's list of "Top 25 Cannabis Brands that Killed it in Marketing in 2019." Most recently, Angela received Green Market Report’s Women’s Leadership Award in Science & Research.
Angela is on the Board of Advisors at Lucid Green and is a founding member of the Los Angeles chapter of CHIEF, a national network of women executives. She is an Advisory Board member and Adjunct Professor at Loyola Marymount University's mSchool of Marketing. Angela is an official member of Rolling Stone Culture Council.