CannaSafe's CEO Departure, New Management Team Appointed Amid Reorganization
Cannabis testing laboratory CannaSafe announced Monday that CEO Aaron Riley will leave the company to pursue testing ventures in emerging markets as part of the company's reorganization.
Riley will continue to build out Oregon and Florida locations under a new entity.
"After 5 years at CannaSafe, I have decided to move on to my next venture in the testing space," Riley said. "I will be working on a continuation of early personal investments in a facility in Orlando and look forward to breaking into the growing Florida market."
Based in Van Nuys, California, the company has appointed three new members to the leadership team.
Bill Scrogins and Greg Balotin will become owners through the reorganization, while Gerry Dabkowski will be appointed as the new CEO.
Antonio Frazier and Ini Afia are going to continue serving as president and chief science officer.
CannaSafe intends to bolster its services with a more robust offering of testing and research in the coming months.
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