INCBA welcomes the 2023-2025 Board of Directors

The International Cannabis Bar Association (INCBA) is proud to announce the appointment of our esteemed Board of Directors for the 2023-2025 term. "Comprised of seven exceptional individuals, this distinguished group brings a wealth of experience and expertise to INCBA."

The newly appointed Board of Directors will join Jessica McElfresh, Zach Kobrin, Meital Manzuri, Lauren Rudick, Andrea Steel, and Katy Young. Their collective knowledge and dedication will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of INCBA.

INCBA extends their warmest congratulations and gratitude to the following professionals:

  • Richard Cheng
  • Shay Gilmore
  • Jason Horst
  • Amber Littlejohn
  • David Ruskin
  • Shoran Williams
  • Jana Weltzin

INCBA looks forward to their contributions as the organization strives to raise the standard of legal services available to the cannabis industry, advocate for the rights of lawyers representing cannabis industry participants, and help establish a solid foundation upon which the cannabis industry can sustainably thrive for years to come.

"Today marks an extraordinary moment in the evolution of the INCBA as we proudly welcome the 2023-2025 Board of Directors. Each member brings a unique blend of expertise and passion to our mission, and together, we stand committed to elevating legal standards, safeguarding cannabis rights, and nurturing a thriving and equitable industry. With their invaluable contributions, INCBA is poised to shape a brighter future for cannabis law, ensuring justice and excellence prevail for all. Let us unite in celebrating these accomplished professionals: Richard Cheng, Shay Gilmore, Amber Littlejohn, David Ruskin, Shoran Williams, Jana Weltzin, and myself. Together, we shall champion the path towards progress and leave an enduring legacy for generations to come," exclaimed Jason Horst, President of the INCBA.

For more information:
International Cannabis Bar Association

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