Thursday 9/13: Activists, Educators & Entrepreneurs Gather For MJBA Cleveland Meetup

MJBA Cleveland Meetup is 9/13

OHIO: Leading professionals in Cleveland’s nascent cannabis industry will gather for an evening of information, professional networking and community this Thursday, September 13th, at the offices of Meyers Roman for the bi-monthly Marijuana Business Association (MJBA) Cleveland Meetup.

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Featured speakers this month include Theresa Daniello, TDCANN Institute; Steven Baden, Meyers Roman; Arleen Crider, Nurse-Herbalist, Educator, and Clinical Informatics Specialist, PLUS Special GUEST Jeremy Miller, Las Vegas Hempfest; and Arleen Crider, Nurse-Herbalist, Educator, and Clinical Informatics Specialist at Cleveland School of Cannabis.

Attorney Steven Baden will serve as the evening’s emcee.  Nurse-Herbalist Arleen Crider, who helped to develop curriculum for the Cleveland School of Cannabis’ Medical program as well as teach Patient Navigation and Dispensary Operations courses. will be speaking on the importance of medical professionals to have basic understanding of the Endocannabinoid System, with or without the application of plant-based cannabinoids.

Featured speaker Theresa Daniello began orienting Ohio’s Republican leadership to cannabis in 2012, and collaborated nationally with multiple organizations to help implement policy requiring health care professional education in medical cannabis legislation and regulations.

Guest speaker Jeremy Miller is a longtime medical cannabis activist and promoter.  Along with support from Seattle Hempfest, Jeremy is bringing Hempfest to Las Vegas on November 3&4th.   He’ll be speaking with the Cleveland community about getting involved as speakers, sponsors and vendors at Viva Las Hempfest.

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Attendance at MJBA Meetups is FREE for all MJBA Business Members and qualified guests.  RSVP is requested.

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