US (CA): Greengro Technologies strengthens Board of Directors

GreenGro Technologies announced the appointment of Marisela Nuno, the Commissioner of Real Estate Management for the City of Los Angeles, to its recently expanded Board of Directors. Ms. Nuno represents one of the first women of color to receive a medical and adult use cultivation, distribution and manufacturing license for cannabis in the City of Los Angeles. Ms. Nuno’s appointment follows the company’s recent addition of Dr. Mark Wagner, founder of EMS Meds, to its Board of Directors.

“I am pleased to further strengthen our Board of Directors with one of the most highly qualified and experienced candidates from California’s emerging cannabis industry,” said James Haas, Chairman and CEO of GreenGro Technologies. “Our executive team is looking forward to working closely together with our Board members to build shareholder value by continuing to capitalize on the growing demand from Southern California’s multi-billion dollar and growing cannabis marketplace. GreenGro has tremendous opportunities as we look ahead towards 2019 and the diverse set of skills and experience represented by our new directors will be invaluable as we work towards achieving the company’s strategic goals,” concluded Mr. Haas.

Ms. Nuno received her major in Sociology from UCLA and is now the Founder and CEO of International Developers and Engineering Group (IDEG), a full-service construction company that specializes in Data Centers, Industrial and Commercial projects. Since 2015 she has served as a Commissioner for the Real Estate Management for the County of Los Angeles aiding in programs such as the Mental Health and Department of Social Services in securing long-term, stable leases and real estate acquisitions.

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