Oregon Cannabis Association: Board Election Announcement

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BOARD ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENT Last month we held an election to add two new seats onto the OCA’s Board of Directors. I was so impressed by the level of engagement all around, from members who took their vote seriously, and most of all by those who stepped up to run for the Board. Each of the eight folks who ran is passionate about improving Oregon’s cannabis industry and believes in the power of our association to make meaningful change. Thank you all for being a part of this process!!! – Kim NEW BOARD MEMBERS Jessica Clements – Güd Gardens Jessica has been living and participating in the cannabis industry in Southern Oregon for over 10 years as a cultivator and business operator.  In addition, she has five years of experience with land development and navigating land use law in our state. “The opportunity to be welcomed onto the board is a clear honor.  I’m thrilled to be able to collaborate with such an inspiring, conscientious, and ambitious group. Together, with all association members, I look forward to making a positive impact in our community and the cannabis industry as it grows around us. “ Danica Hibpshman – Tonkon Torp LLP Danica Hibpshman is a cannabis attorney with the law firm of Tonkon Torp, focused on assisting cannabis businesses with their regulatory, compliance and corporate transactional needs.  Prior to joining Tonkon in early 2020 Danica was the Director of Licensing for the OLCC, overseeing many aspects of cannabis regulatory policy development for the state. “I am honored and very excited to join OCA’s board.  I look forward to contributing to the association’s already amazing work in supporting the interests of Oregon’s cannabis businesses, and continually seeking to elevate the industry’s voice in cannabis policy development in this state.”

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