CEO, ALASKA CANNABIS CLUB
PRESIDENT and DIRECTOR, GO GREENE
“Reaching your full potential begins with setting big, detailed, audacious goals – goals that you commit to. Whether you achieve the goals you set or not is irrelevant.”
THE PUBLIC POWERHOUSE – Charlene Egbe, better known as Charlo Greene, is a broadcast journalist and media expert turned activist and businesswoman who has perpetuated the ongoing conversations surrounding legalization and diversity in the cannabis community.
In September 2014, she solidified her spot as a cannabis activist when she realized her job as a journalist had led her to her calling, cannabis. She could not help herself; she had to tell the world her truth. It was then that she punctuated her on-air report about the Alaska Cannabis Club, with the bombshell that she was the club’s founder and owner, proudly declared her activism and signed off for the last time with, “F*ck it, I quit.” Charlo explained to me how surreal it was discussing a cannabis club that no one had any idea she was the owner of.
Immediately following her exit, Charlo successfully led the charge in Alaska’s 2014 effort to legalize recreational marijuana, securing Alaska’s place as the third state in the nation (and first Republican-led state) to legalize usage for adults. Through her newly launched socially conscious organization Go GREENE, Charlo is joining forces with nationwide grassroots activism campaigns that seek to change the way the world thinks about cannabis.
Charlo currently belongs to the Minority Cannabis Business Association, and serves as the only non-medical doctor on the Board of Advisors for MD Herb – a leading online medical marijuana resource. Additionally, Charlo also serves as CEO of the Alaska Cannabis Club (akcannabisclub.com), Alaska’s first and only legal marijuana resource.
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