Two much more MedMen executives have left the California-primarily based business for other cannabis business jobs:
- Toronto-primarily based Flower 1 Holdings announced that Kellen O’Keefe, ex-MedMen senior vice president of enterprise improvement, joined its group as chief technique officer.
- Meanwhile, Acreage Holdings, a New York-primarily based multistate operator, announced it hired MedMen’s former senior vice president of technologies, Alfred Miranda, as its chief data officer.
The news follows departures earlier this year of MedMen’s chief operating officer, basic counsel and senior vice president of communications.
Just before that, the fiery departure of ex-Chief Economic Officer James Parker led to a pending lawsuit alleging MedMen forced him out.
O’Keefe, having said that, mentioned he’s “extremely proud” of the operate he did at MedMen.
He described his move to Flower 1 as an chance that was also excellent to pass up.
“I essentially believe MedMen is in a seriously fantastic position,” O’Keefe told Marijuana Organization Day-to-day.
“They’ve gone by means of some considerable increasing pains … but they are in certainly the greatest position they’ve ever been in and in the hands of some of the most capable and talented individuals in the complete cannabis business.”
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