The Executive Board

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President

Evan Keare

Evan is a senior Industrial & Operations Engineer. She decided to join Green Wolverine in her freshman fall after being inspired by the unique opportunity in the cannabis industry at this point in its history. After supporting Green Wolverine in various roles over the last several years, she is excited to lead the team as President.

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Membership

Sydney Hyde

Sydney is a sophomore studying Business Administration and minoring is sustainability. She is eager to be involved with e-board and make an impact on the club, helping others understand and enjoy business and the cannabis industry.

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Vice President

Hussain Kapasi

Hussain is a junior in the Ross School of Business with a concentration in Finance. He joined Green Wolverine in his first semester of sophomore year in order to learn more about and teach others about the various aspects of the cannabis industry. He is excited to be our Vice President and help bring our community together and help secure various speakers for our organization.

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Partnerships

Grant Centner

Grant is a junior in the Ross School of Business concentrating in Marketing, pursuing minors in Real Estate Development and Asian Studies. He joined Green Wolverine his freshman year and is excited to take on a larger role within the club this year. 

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Treasurer

Tyler VanDusen

Tyler is a junior in Ross School of Business concentrating in either accounting or finance. He joined Green Wolverine in his freshman year to learn more about the opportunities in rapidly growing industries related to cannabis. Tyler is excited to serve as treasurer this year.

Adam Rosenberg

Founder

Adam was a 15 year old medical associate when he was first curious about cannabis. While patients were being prescribed strong pharmaceutical drugs, he noticed a high frequency of patients testing positive for THC in the urinalysis lab. He became inspired to understand the scientific evidence on medical cannabis in contrast to the riskier prescriptions.

 

When Adam was 19, he went beyond conventional research and worked at a medical cannabis dispensary where he heard first-hand how cannabis had improved the lives of hundreds of patients. In addition to learning about the product, he became cognizant of the growing career opportunities in the cannabis industry while recognizing the lack of awareness from high-potential talent at universities. He founded Green Wolverine at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business to promote education and uplift the industry through the addition of bright students and recent graduates. 

 

He continues to promote cannabis therapeutics through speaking roles and as a lecturer in the PharmSci420 Course at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, and through his position as President of Vlasic Bioscience, a family of companies focused on healing through cannabis.