New York Medical Cannabis Industry Association Announces New Executive Board – Cannabis Dispensary


New York, January 8, 2021 – PRESS RELEASE – In anticipation of a busy and productive state legislative session in Albany, the New York Medical Cannabis Industry Association (NYMCIA) is announcing new members of its leadership team who will play key roles in the upcoming cannabis legalization debate.

Aquila Powell, Senior Director of Government Affairs for Acreage Holdings; Marcia Maxwell, Eastern Regional Director of Government Affiars for Cresco Labs; Dina Rollman, SVP, Government & Regulatory Affairs at Green Thumb Industries; and Jeremy Unruh, SVP for Public and Regulatory Affairs at Pharmacann are part of NYMCIA’s expanded executive board, which now includes the following:

President, Ngiste Abebe, Director of Public Policy at Columbia Care Chair, Marcia Maxwell, Eastern Regional Director of Government Affairs at Cresco Labs Vice Chair, Matt Harrell, Vice President of Government Affairs for Curaleaf Vice President, Aquila Powell, Senior Director of Government Affairs for Acreage Holdings Vice President, Dina Rollman, Senior Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs at Green Thumb Industries Treasurer, Barrington Rutherford, Senior Vice President of Real Estate and Community Integration for Cresco Labs Secretary, Jeremy Unruh, Senior Vice President for Public and Regulatory Affairs at Pharmacann

The association was created in 2016 to protect the interests of patients and advocate for easier and more affordable access to medical cannabis across New York, which has one of the most restrictive programs of its kind in the nation.

NYMCIA has also long championed a fair, equitable and accessible adult-use cannabis program that addresses the longstanding and disproportionate harm inflicted on minority and low-income communities by the failed war on drugs.

The association’s newly formed executive board stands ready to participate in a robust debate in the coming months aiming to establish a safe and well-regulated adult-use program that creates jobs and generates much-needed revenue for

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