Veriheal Announces Winners Of $20,000 ‘Innovation in Cannabis’ Scholarship Fund

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Here’s the press release Veriheal, the cannabis tech, healthcare and intelligence company behind the nation’s largest medical marijuana application platform, today announced the recipients of its $20,000 Innovation in Cannabis scholarship fund, designed to invest in students pursuing degrees in cannabis and accelerate diversity and inclusion in the burgeoning industry. The scholarship fund, which launched with a $10,000 award in 2020 and doubled this year, offers $1,000 grants to 20 student applicants chosen based on essay submissions reflecting their original ideas for improving the cannabis industry through innovation. Submissions were scored based on ingenuity, utility and depth of knowledge, with winners delivering the most groundbreaking ideas for industry progress. “From sustainable chemistry practices for THC extraction to a CBD-infused shea butter for Black hair types, we were blown away by the ideas presented by this year’s batch of scholarship applicants,” said Veriheal co-founder and Co-CEO, Samuel Adetunji. “Last year, we set out to pay Veriheal’s success forward by investing in the next generation of cannabis leaders, and we doubled our fund this year to further encourage diversity, inclusion and barrier-breaking within the cannabis industry. We’re delighted to reward this batch of students for their diverse viewpoints, novel ideas and deep passion.” After extensive review, Veriheal has selected the following students to receive $1,000 grants: Matthew Aaron Vogel of Stockton University Aambr Newsome of UC Santa Cruz Camille Elliott of Villanova University Benjamin Sanchez of Northwestern University Sheldon Padgett of University of Maryland Sandeep Singh of University of Michigan BreeAnna A Nicoletti of Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions Qamar Saitovski of University at Buffalo Guinevere Dorado of University of Maryland, Baltimore India Shaniya Davis of University of California, Los Angeles Andrea Chaillet of University of Cincinnati Magaly Ordonez of University of Minnesota Louis Waryanka of Penn State University Anas Gondal of Duke University Kennedy Coates of Agnes Scott College Elizabeth Jessica Ranelli of Wagner College Heather Edginton of Mills College Zackary Owen Thurber of University of Tennessee-Knoxville Alexandra Harris of University of Maryland, Baltimore Christina D Hippensteel of MSU Denver “As a Black-owned…

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