Zoe Sigman

Zoe Sigman

Cannabis Journalist


  • Name: Zoe Sigman
  • Author with Leafreport since: Oct 2020

Education And Work Information:

  • School(s) Attended: B.A. in U.S. History and B.A. in Theatre, Cornell College
  • Job Title: Science journalist
  • Former Jobs: Science Editor, Broccoli Magazine (current); Program Director, Project CBD; Director of Education, Farma
  • Published on: Vogue, Autostraddle, Broccoli Magazine, Project CBD, Leafly


  • Area of Expertise: Scientific research related to cannabis and cannabinoids
  • Using CBD since: 2012
  • Favourite CBD product: Full spectrum tincture

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About the author

Zoe Sigman is a freelance cannabis science writer, editor, and educator. She is currently Broccoli Magazine’s Science Editor, and previously served as the Program Director for Project CBD. She has testified about CBD and cannabis regulation to the FDA, and regularly speaks about cannabis and cannabis science to patients, medical professionals, and consumers.

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