The cannabis company has appointed former Docstur COO, Tiffany McBride, Managing Director of Social Equity Firms and Kerry Arnold, Cannabis Human Resources Veterinarian, as Director of Human Resources.

TPCO Holding Corp (the parent company (OTCQX: GRAMF, NEO: GRAMU)) announced two key hires to strengthen its share capital investment program and employee experience.

The cannabis company has appointed former COO of Docstur LLC, Tiffany McBride, as Managing Director of Social Equity Companies and added Kerry Arnold, Cannabis Human Resources Veterinarian, as Director of human ressources.

McBride will oversee the Social Equity Business program and operations that focus on uncovering the industry’s future colored cannabis entrepreneurs, helping to ensure the program delivers the capital and mentorship needed to build wealth. generational and part of a more equitable and diverse cannabis industry.

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“It’s an exciting time to join The Parent Company (OTCQX: GRAMF, NEO: GRAMU) as Managing Director of Social Equity Enterprises to continue to ensure that minority communities have a place at the industry table. cannabis, ”McBride said in a statement.

“The social venture capital fund and the recent opening of the first black woman-owned dispensary in Los Angeles, Josephine & Billie’s, are just a few of the ways we are already moving towards a more equitable future in cannabis. While we have made progress, there is important work to be done, and I look forward to breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for diverse people and communities to thrive in this industry, ”she said. added.

For his part, the new Director of Human Resources, Arnold, will oversee all aspects of human resources, including equitable inclusion in the workplace, employee and workplace operations, learning and development and talent acquisition. Arnold previously held the same position at CANNDESCENT, a luxury cannabis brand.

“After seeing the company operate and continue its commitment to its values ​​and its promise of innovation, I am delighted to join a truly forward-thinking management team… I hope to develop not only our company, but a culture that matches to the values ​​of our organization as we move forward. to become the most influential cannabis company in the world, ”said Arnold.

Parent company CEO Troy Datcher – himself the first black CEO to run a major U.S. cannabis company – greeted the new hires.

“As our influence as an organization grows, the appointment of Tiffany and Kerry is imperative to our mission,” said Datcher. “Tiffany’s work as Managing Director will only complement and accelerate our efforts in the equity arena, while Kerry’s expertise and ability to develop an inclusive culture will be paramount. I am really looking forward to working with both of them. “

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