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People Moves for cannabis earnings week

This week's People Moves powered by White Ash Group

Sunday, May 12, 2024

Good morning.

This week was earnings week for many publicly traded cannabis companies.

In case you missed Cultivated’s recap of what we learned – check it out from Friday’s Cultivated Daily:

Enjoy today’s People Moves powered by White Ash Group.

-Team Cultivated

Cannabis people on the move

  • New York’s Office of Cannabis Management — currently under a Governor-ordered, top-down review — has some people moves. Executive Director Chris Alexander will not be reappointed in September, and Chief Equity Officer Damion Fagon, who is currently on administrative leave, has been let go. 

  • New leadership incoming at the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission, as current Executive Director Jeff Brown will transition to the Department of Health to serve as the Deputy Commissioner for Health Systems. Current Deputy Executive Director Christopher Riggs will serve as Acting Executive Director of the CRC.

  • The California Department of Cannabis Control is looking for a Legal Expert, according to DCC’s Director Nicole Elliot

  • Benzinga has a new CEOJerry Ferrara announced his new role on LinkedIn. 

This week’s postings

ICYMI Last Week’s Listings

The pace of hiring in cannabis

Tynan Phelan, White Ash Group’s National Director for US Operations, shared his perspective on the pace of hiring in the cannabis industry. We wanted to be sure you saw his post, but also encourage you to follow Tynan and the White Ash Group team for deep, human capital insights. 

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