Brielle Ryan received her Diploma in Medical Billing and Coding from Ultimate Medical Academy and her A.A. in Early Childhood Education. She was born in Massachusetts and currently resides in Florida with her Husband and daughter. She has experience working with medical claims in a busy billing corporate office. Brielle has years of experience “getting the job done”. She is dedicated to assuring a positive patient experience. Brielle is currently a member of the following professional organizations: Parents for Pot.
Bryson Rast is an experienced lab chemist with expertise in small molecule organic chemistry, botanical extracts and analytical development services. He holds three patents and has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals. As Lab Director at Evolab, Rast oversees the company’s research and analytics. Prior to joining Evolab he served as Senior Scientist at CW Botanicals, where he established a new chemistry laboratory dedicated to internal analytical testing and R&D efforts on high CBD cannabis extracts.
Bryan Krumm, CNP is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Harmony Psychiatric, LLC with over 1000 patients in New Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Program. He is a nationally recognized expert on the use of cannabis for treating PTSD. Bryan Krumm is also the Director of New Mexicans for Compassionate Use and Bishop of Medicine for the Zen Zion Coptic Orthodox Church. He helped author New Mexico’s medical cannabis law and he is one of the leading referral sources to New Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Program, the majority of which have been referred for PTSD.
Bryan Krumm, MSN, CNP, RN, BC is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Sage Neuroscience Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He provides comprehensive evidence based psychiatric care, treating a variety of disorders. He is also the Director of New Mexicans for Compassionate Use and Bishop of Medicine for the Zen Zion Coptic Orthodox Church. He helped author New Mexicos medical cannabis law and he is one of leading referral sources to New Mexicos Medical Cannabis Program. He maintains hundreds of patients in the program, the majority of which have been referred for PTSD.
Bradley Steinman was born in Buffalo Grove, IL, to a tax attorney and speech pathologist. He was a direct admit to the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, one of the nation’s top-ranked undergraduate business school programs. As a law student, Bradley founded Law Students for Sensible Drug Policy with the support and encouragement of the two different NORML legal committee attorneys that he clerked for during law school, Portland’s John Lucy IV and Leland R Berger. Bradley helped draft what would eventually become HB 3460, Oregon’s dispensary legalization law, and helped finalize the language of Measure 91 – …
Brian Smith is the Founder and Managing Director of Empathy Foundation of America. Brian was into a very different industry though during the earlier part of his career. Once getting diagnosed with liver failure with cancerous tumors from a pharmaceutical called Accutane his life changed forever. This diagnosis came after the economy had just gone into the recession and Brian had lost his health care due to having to declare bankruptcy after being in the housing industry before the mortgage crisis, After years without health care in 2014 when the affordable care act went into affect he was able to …
Barbara is the author of 6 books and co-author of 5 more. She is a consciousness researcher and therapist helping adults that were repeatedly traumatized as children. Her latest book, coming out in February is “The Secrets of Medicinal Marijuana: A Guide for Patients and Those who care for them. She researched the after effects of near-death experiences at the U.Conn Medical School for 6 years and then taught about these after effects at Rutger’s U for 12 years. She continues to teach at conferences on the Integration of Spiritual Experiences. She and some of her colleagues, since the 70s …
Barbara Harris is a consciousness researcher, therapist and author of 5 published books, co-author of six more on healing from repeated trauma, the emotional needs of critical care patients and integrating spiritual experience. She has a new book in draft for early 2015 called The Secrets of Medicinal Marijuana: A Guide for Patients and Those who Care for Them.
Brita has been a part of California’s legal medical cannabis industry for nearly 10 years. She has experience working in and managing collectives which gives her a unique patient/caregiver perspective. Brita also managed social media and PR campaigns for a number of collectives and major edible companies in both California and Washington. Brita also co-created CannaBitches, a cannabis news and comedy show, with her writing partner Taylor Kendrick. She is proud to be part of the Medical Jane team as the Director of Marketing and a contributing writer.
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