Trulieve Cannabis Corp (OTCMKTS: TCNNF), a leading and top performing cannabis company in the United States, today announced the consequences of its annual shareholder summit held on June 10, 2021. Each of the eight people elected as Trulieve director at the meeting were nominated, with new candidates, Giannella Alvarez and Jane Morreau.
Ms. Alvarez is familiar with strategic forecasting, labeling, novelty, customer vision, technology and assembly, and most importantly, multi-billion dollar business. From January 2018 to December 2019, she was Chief Executive Officer of Beanitos, Inc., a privately held tuck food company. From 2015, she was Chief Executive Officer of Harmless Harvest, Inc., a privately held organic food and beverage company. until January 2018. Her engagement includes global leadership positions at The Coca-Cola Company, The Procter and Gamble Co. and Kimberly Clark.
Ms. Morreau is a seasoned international investment manager with extensive skills and expertise in supply chain management, industrial processes, information technology, retail processes, mergers and acquisitions, and business policy. Ms. Morreau currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Brown-Forman Corporation, a position she has held since 2014.
Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve, spoke about the new appointments. “We welcome our newest autonomous board members. Your shared commitment to corporate finance and stamps will be extremely helpful as we continue to build our US hub strategy. ”Rivers continued.
The company put forward the following resolutions, to be named by shareholders at the summit, all of which were adopted: (i) to set the number of directors at eight; (ii) re-elect the directors for the coming year from among the candidates proposed by the board; (iii) accept the Compilation Track Plan 2021; and (iv) the reappointment of MNP LLP as accountant for the Company and approval of the Board of Directors to determine the payment and terms of appointment of the accountants. A total of 87,472,070 of the 126,003,739 votes were dedicated to the company’s exceptional shares on a converted basis as of the date voted at the summit, representing 69.42% of the unresolved shares to a converted root.
Each of the Summit Directors, Kim Rivers, Giannella Alvarez, Thad Beshears, Peter Healy, Richard May, Thomas Millner, Jane Morreau, and Susan Thronson, will hold the position until the company’s next annual general meeting or until its prior notice or elimination.
Trulieve Cannabis Corp. is primarily an upright unified seed-to-sale company in the United States and the first and most important fully certified medical cannabis company in Florida. Trulieve cultivates and harvests all of its income in-house and distributes those crops across the State of Florida to Trulieve branded pharmacies and directly to patients through home distribution.