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Oliver Zises Segal


Oliver is a junior majoring in International Studies, pursuing minors in French and Japanese. He joined Green Wolverine in his freshman year in order to gain a deeper understanding of the cannabis industry and learn from local industry leaders on how to turn cannabis into a career. Oliver is thrilled to lead Green Wolverine as this year's president.

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Cam Schulte


Cam is a Junior in the Ross School of Business concentrating in Finance. This is his first semester on the EBoard of Green Wolverine and he is excited to bring his business background to the cannabis industry and the club as a whole.

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Joshua Hilton

Vice President

Josh is a junior in the Ross School of Business planning to concentrate in either Finance or Consulting. He joined Green Wolverine his first semester on campus, was our social chair last year, and is now excited to be our Vice President.


Evan Keare


Evan is a junior Industrial & Operations Engineer. She got involved with Green Wolverine early into her first year with Career Prospecting and creating our website, spent her sophomore year running Green Wolverine's operations, and last year as president. As Head of Partnerships, Evan is excited to connect with our partners beyond the university.


Asher Kripke


Asher is a junior studying at Ross concentrating in either Marketing or Technology & Operations. He joined Green Wolverine during his first semester, has been involved in the Investment Fund Committee, and was on Eboard last year. He’s very excited to serve as our Treasurer for this year.


Annie Wang


Annie is a junior studying Business Administration with concentrations in Strategy and Management. Annie has already been serving on Ross's BBA DEI Committee as the Inclusive Classroom Co-coordinator, so we're very grateful to have her expertise as our DEI Chair.



Learn about investment basics in the context of the cannabis industry, and use funds from our sponsors to invest in cannabis stock to fuel the global market. (Pictured: 2019 Pitch Competition winners).



Connect with lawyers who specialize in the cannabis industry to learn about law in a new and valuable context, and educate our membership on the scope and nuances of laws as the industry quickly evolves and new legislation is written.



Work with and learn from professors from UM's School of Pharmacy and collaborate on projects that drive the leading edge of cannabis research to keep up with today's rapid industry expansion and market growth, and keep our membership updated and educated.