Maxine Stowe is an African Descendant activist whose career has been driven by causes and moral consciousness. Maxine’s professional aspirations began with studying Political Science at Barnard University, which was enhanced by social issues into advocacy and Rastafari Community living from the mid to late 1970’s between New York and Jamaica. While living in New York, she maintained strong links to Jamaica, and the Jamaican music industry via her uncle the late Clement ‘Sir Coxsone” Dodd and the late Lincoln ‘Sugar’ Minott Maxine was part of the Who is Who in Jamaican music at VP Records, Columbia Records/SONY, Island/Motown/Universal, Ghetto Youths International/Tuff Gong. She is an expert in Intellectual Property Rights, driven by the development of a Jamaica Music Museum platform with focus on the digital and internet-based opportunities. She has had active involvement in UNESCO and UN Human Rights platforms since 2007 and since 2010 she has been partnered with the Hon. Bunny Wailer, developing Wail Entertainment, with Legacy Music resulting in projects relating to the Intellectual Property Rights, Estate management and planning. She is VP of the Ganja Growers and Producers Association since 2014. Registering the Rasta Ganja Global company in Jamaica and South Africa in 2015 and the Dreamland Solomonic Ganja Franchise in 2019.