Seminar on Ohio cannabis law at Sheraton March 25
TDCANN Institute, an Ohio-based organization that seeks to educate community leaders about the state's growing cannabis industry, will host a seminar March 25 at the Sheraton Suites, 1989 Front St., to provide information about Ohio's cannabis law.
"This event will examine key aspects of the cannabis industry and the role and impact of cannabis on the local, state, national and international stages," said Theresa Daniello, founder of TDCANN.
The seminar is the second in a series of "Cannabis Impact" events hosted by TDCANN and will feature six experts in the field. The full-day event begins at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 5 p.m., at a cost of $299 per participant.
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Speakers will include: Rabbi Jeffrey Kahn, whose family owns Washington D.C.'s largest medical marijuana dispensary; Dr. Debra Kimless, M.D., an internationally recognized cannabis expert, physician and researcher; Jeffery Raber, Ph.D., founder of The Werc Shop, an analytical lab specializing in product development; Daisy Alford-Smith, Ph.D., a healthcare professional with expertise in health and human services; Michelle Ross, Ph.D., founder and CEO of the Denver-based nonprofit IMPACT Network; andDon Wirtshafter, Esq., cannabis industry pioneer and director of the Cannabis Museum.
To register, visit http://tdcann.com/events/.