Florida Gets New MMJ Czar
Florida Department of Health’s officials recently revealed that Christopher Phillip Kimball agreed to serve as the state’s Office of Medical Marijuana Use, succeeding Chris Ferguson, who served for the past three years.
The agency’s spokeswoman Weesam Khoury told Health News Florida that Ferguson “has transitioned into the role of statewide services administrator for county health systems and will continue to serve the public in this new role” at the Department of Health.
Before this, Kimbal served as a “policy advisor” at the state Agency for Health Care Administration.
In addition, he left the Navy in May after serving as “agency counsel/general counsel” for the Judge Advocate General’s Corps since 2008.
iAnthus Names New CFO
iAnthus Capital Holdings, Inc. (CSE: IAN) (OTCPK: ITHUF) announced on Tuesday the appointment of Philippe Faraut as chief financial officer of the company.
Most recently, Faraut led the financial department of Irwin Naturals, a mass-market nutraceutical brand.
Prior to that, he …