Education Services Specialist, Oregon Tilth

Levi Fredrikson is the Education Services Specialist for Oregon Tilth. He and his team guide farmers and processors through their journey to organic certification. Levi has more than a decade of experience with cannabis cultivation and processing.

Partner at Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP

Partner at Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP

Senior Assistant County Counsel, Washington County, Oregon, Oregon Cannabis Task Force

COO, Delta Agriculture

President, Delta Agriculture

Recovering D.C. attorney who went from endlessly trying to figure out what constitutes “reasonable” to endlessly trying to figure out how to stabilize and grow the U.S. hemp industry. Demonstrated history of working in regulatory and political law, particularly focusing on consumer protection and competition issues affecting the manufacturing, technology, and telecommunications industries. Skilled in Government Relations, Legal Writing and Research, Management, and Microsoft Office. Charismatic legal professional with a J.D. from The George Washington University Law School and a B.A. from the University of Virginia. Admitted to the District of Columbia bar.

Vice President, US Hemp Roundtable

Hunter Buffington recently joined the Santa Fe Farms, now element6 Dynamics, team as the VP of Policy & Advocacy continuing her work as an Industrial hemp supply chain and policy Public expert. Hunter utilizes her experience working with regulators, policymakers, businesses, farmers, and livestock producers to implement strategies for the development of the hemp industry. Her background in the sustainable development of local economies brings a focus on ensuring that the emerging hemp industry development includes not only economic but also environmental and social benefits to its participants. Her goals align with the drive of Santa Fe Farms to partner with Native peoples, and a focus on carbon sequestration in Agriculture and industry where economics are driven by stewardship and innovation. Hunter is excited to work with a team of experts and professionals “elevating industrial hemp to effectuate a better world”.

Hollis Glenn is currently Deputy Commissioner of Operations for the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA). Previously he served for seven years as Director of the Inspection and Consumer Services Division at the CDA. Hollis serves on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Feed Control Officials and on the FDA’s Governing Council for the Partnership for Food Protection. In 2021, Governor Polis appointed Hollis to represent the CDA on the Colorado Food System Advisory Council. And he was a “Who’s Who in Agriculture” honoree by the Denver Business Journal in 2020. Hollis has over 15 years of dedicated public service for the state of Colorado.

Deputy Division Administrator, Oregon Water Resources Department