One of the most prolific, talented, and acclaimed musicians of all-time, Peter Tosh is a platinum- selling, Grammy Award-winning musical legend.

A founding member of The Wailers, and Jamaican Order of Merit recipient, Tosh used his music as a platform to advocate for equal rights and was a pioneer for cannabis legalization.

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The Peter Tosh Foundation is committed to continue the fight Peter began decades ago to legalize cannabis. From speaking engagements, expungement clinics, equity partnership initiatives, cannabis wellness education, research and development activities, the Peter Tosh Foundation along with Minorities 4 Medical Marijuana and other partners are at the forefront of legalization issues in the United States and the Caribbean.

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Peter Tosh: Godfather of Cannabis Legalization
A Cannabis Inspired Art Show

Look for the ART420 Cannabis Inspired Art Show Exhibition, in association with the Peter Tosh Foundation, in a city near you! The exhibition entitled Peter Tosh: Godfather of Cannabis Legalization highlights the musician as a pioneer of the legalization movement.

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Justice for Jawara…
Justice For All

The Peter Tosh Foundation has partnered with criminal justice and prison reform advocates / organizations to bring awareness to the dire conditions faced by prisoners and the need for prison reform in the United States.

Jawara Tosh’s Story
Jawara’s Holistic Care Fund

Peter Tosh Museum

The preservation of Peter Tosh’s legacy is vital to the preservation of Jamaica’s history, the history of music, the Rastafarian culture and his message of Equal Rights and Justice. One of the primary purposes of the Peter Tosh Foundation is to provide financial support to the museum. Donate today and take advantage of tax deductible contributions.

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Can’t Blame The Youth Initiative

The Can’t Blame The Youth Empowerment Initiative is designed to inspire, educate and uplift young people through an immersive experience into Peter’s legacy. The Peter Tosh Foundation hosts lectures, music workshops, field trips And provides scholarships, mentorships to students as well as school renovations.

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Equal Rights & Justice

Equal Rights & Justice is one of Peter’s fiercest and dearest battles, one he championed, talked and sung about extensively throughout his illustrious career. This initiative aims to continue his unfinished fight to see the oppressed liberated from the torment of injustice. As he rightly used to say: "There will be no peace until there’s Equal Rights & Justice for All."

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The Foundation Team

Chairperson of the Board

Niambe McIntosh

Over the last several years Niambe McIntosh, the youngest child of the revolutionary musician and activist Peter Tosh, has stepped up to the mantle to carry on her father’s message and legacy. A renaissance woman, she serves many roles including the head of the Peter Tosh Estate and Brand; Managing Member of Tosh Holdings LLC; Board Chairperson for the Peter Tosh Foundation Ltd.; and President of PT Capital LLC.

Born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, McIntosh has come to call both home. She received a Bachelors Degree in Engineering and enjoyed a successful career in the field during her early 20’s, however her passion for working with kids of all ages led her to switch gears and become an educator. She spent nearly a decade working in the Boston Public School System teaching mathematics and special education to high school 9th-12th graders.

During this time, Niambe was instrumental in the planning and development of the Peter Tosh Museum which opened in 2016 and is a national landmark edifice in Kingston, Jamaica dedicated to the preservation of her father’s legacy. Additionally, Mcintosh and her family founded the Peter Tosh Foundation in 2017 to serve as the vehicle for the realization of her father’s dream.

Niambe’s fire for advocacy also stems from a family crisis in February of 2017 in which her brother Jawara McIntosh – musician and cannabis activist – was brutally attacked while incarcerated for cannabis possession. She moved to New Jersey to be by his side during his near death experience which compelled her to raise awareness of the dire conditions faced by prisoners and the need for prison reform in the United States.

Beyond family and business, McIntosh also serves on the Board of Directors for the non-profit cannabis advocacy organization, Minorities For Medical Marijuana (M4MM), which focuses on public policy, business development, patient education and social justice as it pertains to minority issues in the cannabis industry. McIntosh is a spokesperson for the organization’s “Project Clean Slate” which provides record expungements and wrap-around services for individuals with cannabis arrests.

Niambe McIntosh is unquestionably cut from the same cloth as her father, yet not living in his shadows… Instead, she has developed her own identity while breathing new life into his.

President of the Board

Nabii Ghemar

Nabii Ghemar was born and raised in Brussels, Belgium where he still resides. He is the son of the late reggae legend Peter Tosh. His practice of Kung Fu and love for natural therapies lead him to the study of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Massage. He also spends a lot of time gaining knowledge in personal development as well as untapped human potential amongst many areas of interest.

Not long ago Nabii was elected by his siblings to represent the family worldwide as the President of The Peter Tosh Foundation. Working with his sister Niambe McIntosh and his niece Akayda McIntosh his goal is to continue the works of his father in the fields of Herbal Medicine, Social Justice and Education empowering people to believe in themselves and live a better life through the acquisition and practice of paradigm-shifting knowledge.

Secretary of the Board

Akayda McIntosh

Akayda McIntosh is the oldest child of Peter Tosh’s eldest, Stephen McIntosh and is very proud to carry on the responsibility of her lineage. Hailing from Kingston, Jamaica, the granddaughter of this reggae icon has been instrumental in keeping the legacy of her grandfather alive in music, business and philanthropy. Believing her grandfather is truly a prophet, Akayda is inspired by his music and his words. Peter Tosh played a major role in music and culture and he remains relevant and continues to impact society. As such, Akayda shares his belief in ‘equal rights and justice’ for all and is committed to share that with the world.

Akayda earned her Bachelors of Education from York University and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Waterloo, both in Canada. After completing her studies, she spent time travelling around Europe, teaching various studies. In 2013, she officially assumed integral roles in the operations of the Peter Tosh Estate. Currently she serves as the Executive Assistant for the Peter Tosh Estate and also serves as Secretary for both PT Capital, which manages Peter Tosh’s cannabis brand and the Peter Tosh Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the estate.

Akayda McIntosh works to expand the Peter Tosh brand to new audiences by travelling the world and sharing the vision and legacy of her grandfather. She aims to connect people, particularly children, of varied cultures and back-grounds to promote inclusion and diversity. In 2016, Akayda worked with her family and partners to open the official Peter Tosh Museum in New Kingston, Jamaica. It is Akayda’s mission to have The Peter Tosh Museum, the Tosh brand and her grandfather’s music serve as catalytic agents for disseminating Peter Tosh’s beliefs to the world.

Akayda’s love for fashion and media serve as the foundation and impetus for projects that she hopes to bring to light now and in the future. She is truly honored to not only carry the “Tosh” name, more so, she is honored to carry the legacy of her grandfather.

Board Member

Brian Latture

Native New Yorker, Brian Latture developed his business acumen while studying at St. John’s University, College of Business Administration, where he focused his studies in Finance. He began his prolific career in the entertainment industry in 1988. Over the last three decades, he’s worked with the industry’s best and brightest, including rapper LL Cool J, while at Rush Artist Management. Latture has also advised the largest collection of hip-hop talent known to date.

Latture formed MegaSource Entertainment Group and within three years of its inception, the company managed both rap industry titan LL Cool J, and highly acclaimed rap sensation NAS. During this time, MegaSource Entertainment Group consulted the careers of many well-known artists and production interests, including representation of Marley Marl.

By 2000, MegaSource Entertainment Group helped to enhance the music industry with crossbranding by merging hip-hop with corporate America. Latture also broke the mold by merging artist management and cross-branding since most of the company’s clients required both. An advisor to many artists and producers, Latture often headed negotiations for label and production situations, including Don King Productions.

In 2014, MegaSource Entertainment began representing the estate of the late reggae icon Peter Tosh – founding member of internationally-known reggae group The Wailers.

MegaSource Entertainment Group is an interconnected company made up of a diverse team of seasoned industry professionals, which comprise a vast entertainment network. The same entrepreneurial spirit that guides our clients and their development, is the same spirit used by our compatible team to deliver quality services. MegaSource Entertainment Group is dedicated to offering an exciting and inspiring approach that helps to develop continuous careers and long-lasting legacies.

Latture currently serves as a Board Member on both The Peter Tosh Foundation, and The Book Bank Foundation; with over a decade of dedicated service. With his experience, he sees the threads of opportunity that wind through these non-profits and other organizations, working to bring them together into a coherent whole; assisting the underprivileged and striving students alike. Respected as a credible voice in decision making, finding appropriate strategies and providing business and financial advice, Latture earns a seat at the table wherever he serves.

Board Member

David Woronov

David L. Woronov is an international business and transactional lawyer who practices in Boston, Massachusetts. He works with foreign and domestic clients and also has an entertainment law practice, and has been associated with the Peter Tosh Estate for more than 11 years.

Mr. Woronov holds a B.A. degree (magna cum laude) from Duke University, in Public Policy Sciences and in History, and has a J.D. degree from University of North Carolina School of Law, in Chapel Hill, NC. He also completed one year of graduate studies in History at King’s College (London), and had worked in the British House of Commons in the early 1980s. Mr. Woronov also sits on the board of other non-profit entities in Massachusetts.

Board Member

Glenn Toby

Glenn’s story begins in Brooklyn, New York. As a teen coming up in the late 1970s, Glenn earned his early music credit as a pioneer of Hip Hop culture. In his 20s, Glenn landed a corporate job which he juggled alongside music production because it afforded him the opportunity to execute some of his childhood goals by investing in a Queens Village recording studio.

Glenn’s roots in the music industry proved to be a pivotal stepping stone to his next career move. The Book Bank Foundation, which he founded in 1998, was Glenn’s way of giving back to the place where he started. He wanted to share the confidence and insight that reading gave him, with those who were enduring rough times and who had been displaced from their homes. To date, the BBF has served over 175,000 children nationwide and contributed over 520,000 hours of community service with tutoring, alternative education solutions and career development services to Atlanta Shelters, Shelter from the Streets and Hero Awards.

In 2003, Glenn began his sports management career. He joined forces with Alonzo Shavers in 2005 to create Infinite Sports Technology (IST). Their firm managed and advised over 50 professional athletes including Olympian Samyr Laine, football cornerback Asante Samuel, Don King and numerous others.

Over the years, he has continued to serve as a guest lecturer on the speaking circuit of such universities as Harvard, Princeton, Duke, North Carolina Central as well as social institutions, associations and non-profit organizations. In 2005, Harvard University endowed Glenn with the “Man of the Year” award. Glenn has accepted numerous “Leader” awards, but the most humbling was an honorary doctorate degree awarded by Nepal’s Kathmandu International University. Bishop Luke Vandari, Ph.D. said of Glenn as he presented the degree: “His compassionate heart is like that of Martin Luther King and Mother Teresa.” Glenn Toby continues his work as an author, philanthropist, lecturer and talent agent.

Toby joined the Peter Tosh Foundation since 2019. He brings decades of non-profit management and business experience to the Foundation. His years of service to communities around the globe lend themselves to the Foundation which strives for increased social impact in the United States and the world.

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