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Present at 6 Universities Across the Nation


Founder/Executive Director

Ann Arbor, MI

Adam Rosenberg founded the first chapter at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business with 100 student members in early 2017, and coordinated expansion efforts at multiple universities including Binghamton, Syracuse, University of Maryland, University of Michigan-Dearborn, and University of California-Berkeley. During the summer of 2017, he worked as the Entrepreneur Relations Researcher for The Arcview Group, the largest angel investing network in the cannabis industry. In the summer of 2018, he worked at Tress Capital, a cannabis-focused venture capital firm based in New York City. He has acquired substantial industry knowledge through his financial experience at The Arcview Group and Tress Capital, six months working as a patient administrator at a medical cannabis provision center, and two summers of employment at a pain management medical clinic. He is entering his senior year at the Ross School of Business, pursuing a BBA with a focus on venture capital, private equity, and angel investing. He was named a James B. Angell Scholar after his first year at Ross with a cumulative GPA above a 4.0.



Ann Arbor, MI

Abigail Kennedy is a senior at the University of Michigan, studying philosophy with a minor in business. She helped start the first chapter of Green Wolverine, starting as the club's Internal Operations Manager. Since then she has helped plan the first Michigan Cannabis Leaders Summit, the 47th Annual Hash Bash, and cultivate the Ann Arbor chapter to over 150 members.


Founding President, Syracuse

Syracuse, NY

Jake Druckman is a rising senior and Founding President of Green Wolverine-Syracuse. He successfully recruited 60 new members in his organization’s first active year. Jake is a Sustainable Energy Management major in the honors program at SUNY ESF (Environmental Sciences and Forestry) and has minors in Economics and Management. Jake’s passion for exploring innovative and progressive markets has fueled his work for Green Wolverine. Jake will lead his chapter into their 3rd active semester in Fall 2018.


President, Binghamton

Binghamton, NY

Viraj is a junior studying Business Analytics at the School of Management in Binghamton University. He has been named to the Dean’s list every semester at Binghamton University and am part of Tau Sigma National Honor Society.


He dedicates his full time and efforts to the legal cannabis sector, exploring various opportunities and engaging in MJBizCon and the Asian Hemp Summit. Viraj's forward thinking began in high school with his own ebay consignment company and a fitness application startup.


Founding President, University of Michigan - Dearborn

Dearborn, MI

Willy began his collegiate studies as a Film Production Major at the University of Miami. Once he realized he had a strong desire to enter the cannabis industry, he transferred home to University of Michigan - Dearborn, and changed paths by joining the College of Business at Dearborn. Shortly thereafter, Willy began researching the science behind cannabis cultivation, and closely followed the industry in Michigan, and the country as a whole. Since then, Willy formed the 5th Green Wolverine Chapter nationally (at Dearborn), and has been positioning himself to enter the industry in Michigan upon graduation. Willy has recently begun a Summer Internship as a Cultivation Apprentice at a large-scale recreational cannabis production facility in Vancouver, Washington, and looks forward to pursuing a full-time career in this remarkable industry.

Board of Directors:

  • Chairman of the Board: Adam Rosenberg, Founder/Executive Director, Green Wolverine

  • Jackie Becerra, Chief of Staff, Weedmaps

  • Francis J. Priznar, Senior VP and Chief Compliance Officer, The Arcview Group

  • Matt Abel, Executive Director, Michigan NORML

  • Nick Tennant, CEO, Precision Extraction Solutions

  • Mark Passerini, Co-Founder, OM of Medicine

  • Steve Rich, Attorney, Cannabis Counsel, P.L.C.

  • Dr. Eric Fretz, Faculty Lecturer, University of Michigan