Cannabis Movers & Shakers: Organigram, Redwood Green, XS Financial, Canateq, Curaleaf

As we wind up another week, let’s sum up the latest leadership changes across the cannabis industry.

Organigram Senior VP of Marketing And Communications Resigns

Organigram Holdings Inc. (TSX: OGI) (NASDAQ: OGI) confirmed the resignation of Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications Ray Gracewood.

Gracewood left to “pursue other interests,” according to the release.

“Ray is a pioneer in cannabis marketing,” Organigram CEO Greg Engel said. “He has been instrumental in launching Organigram’s medical business and building out its adult-use recreational brand portfolio.”

Julie Chamberlain will replace Gracewood in the role.

Chamberlain, who has served as General Manager for the NYX Professional Division at L’Oréal, and Senior Brands Strategist at Irving Oil, joined Organigram in 2019 as the Senior Director of Brand.

For more on Organigram, see the company’s third-quarter results.

Christopher Hansen Returns As Redwood Green CEO

Former PharmaCielo CEO and president Christopher Hansen has returned to the position of Redwood Green Corp.’s (OTCQB: RDGC) CEO following his withdrawal from the role in February.

The decision is effective July 20, the Denver-based CBD consumer packaged goods company announced.

Hansen disclosed that Redwood Greencontinues to report steady and growing revenues,” through its Good Meds operating unit, despite the “global economic turmoil” related to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I look forward to working immediately with the board and executive team to revise our strategy to ensure we remain nimble now, as well as later when we …

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