Our next general meeting is October 25th at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at The Davis Restaurant & Bar in downtown Eugene! This meeting is open to ALL women ages 21 and older who are in the cannabis industry or interested in getting involved!
Our first hour, Amanda Borup, Policy Analyst at OLCC, joins us to discuss the current state of the Recreational Marijuana Program. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet with an OLCC representative outside of a larger presentation setting! There will be an open question and answer period following her presentation.
Amanda Borup is a Policy Analyst with the Recreational Marijuana Program of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Borup is responsible for helping stakeholders understand and implement the agency’s administrative rules and advising on recreational marijuana policy issues. She has served in a variety of executive branch and agency positions within Oregon and Illinois state government. Prior to joining the OLCC Borup was responsible for developing state policy for the Illinois medical marijuana program. Borup began her professional career in Southwest Oregon working for the Oregon State University/Curry County Extension Service. Borup has a B.S. in Human Development from Oregon State University.
Our second hour is our networking hour! Make new friends, exchange business cards, talk about the state of the cannabis industry, inquire opportunity, let yourself be known! It’s time to find that connection you’ve been searching for!
There is a $5 drop-in fee and there will be optional business/individual memberships available for purchase at the meeting. We can’t wait to see you there!
This meeting we continue to raise funds for the Rock Paper Scissors Foundation, a nonprofit group that focuses on the treatment and healing of women who have experienced abuseful situations from domestic violence to sex trafficking.
“Through education, intervention, and social advocacy the Rock Paper Scissors Foundation exists to foster healing and give a voice to those who have been silenced from all forms of abuse.” – The Rock Paper Scissors Foundation