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Published on: April 9, 2017
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Join Women’s Brain Health Initiative for an enlightening panel discussion on the implications of legalizing marijuana, and listen to the experts describe the medical, legal, investor, political and business perspectives.
Managing Principal at Navigator
Shelley Brown – Employment Lawyer, Steinberg Title Hope & Israel LLP
Alan Gertner – CEO, Tokyo Smoke
Alison Gordon – VP, Business Strategy, Marketing & Communications, Delshen Therapeutics
Matei Olaru – CEO, Lift
Aaron Salz – CEO Stoic Advisory
Dr. Mark Ware – Clinical Research Director, Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit and Cannabis Researcher, McGill University
Enjoy cocktails and light fare.
Tuesday April 18, 2017 | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Navigator Ltd. | 121 King St. W. Suite 1810
General Admission: $60 | Group Rate: $50 ea.
This event is free to Millennial Members.
Members, please call 416-927-2011 to reserve your seat!
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Navigator & Brain Canada
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