Council for Federal Hashish Regulation Hires Sarah A. Chase as New Government Director
WASHINGTON, August 31, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Sheri Orlowitz, Founder and President of the Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation (CFCR), today announced the appointment of. known Sarah A. Chase as the first managing director of the organization. As a lifelong champion of mission-oriented and social impact programs, Chase brings direction, focus, and motivation to the council’s mission to educate, advocate, communicate, and support the creation of informed, understandable, and inclusive federal laws and regulations for the cannabis industry.
“My vision for CFCR is to ensure that we become – and always will be – the most trusted and collaborative resource for federal regulators, Congress, the White House and the diverse range of stakeholders within the cannabis industry,” said Chase. “CFCR has been carefully structured to be the most reliable medium through which information, knowledge and accurate scientific information and research can be exchanged to ensure a safe and legal pathway to regulation. CFCR will educate, advocate and work with honesty, efficiency and integrity. ”
Chase has worked primarily with media, broadcast and communications startups for nearly two decades. She has held various COO, CFO, communications and business development positions and has worked closely with leadership teams in The United States, Europe and Asia To translate visions at a high level into realized business units.
From 2016 to 2020, Chase was chief operating officer for Alan Aldas Communication Training Company (ACT), which looks after the legendary actor, author and director and helps to bring his proven improvisation and communication methods into the world. Working closely with Alda, Chase established the first public-private partnership (PPP) of its kind with the State University of New York (sunny). The company grew from zero to more than $ 2.5 million Net profit within the first two years. Because of this growth and success, Alda realized its dream of transferring the profits directly to the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at. to donate Stony brook University to further advance better science communication.
As executive producer, writer, and voice-over artist for Alda’s Clear + Vivid podcasts, Chase has produced over a hundred episodes with more than 15 million downloads. The line-up included such notable guests as Tom Hanks, Paul McCartney, Julie Andrews, Madeline Albright, Tina Fey, Michael J. Fox, Judge Judy, Isabella Rossellini and other.
Chase previously led communication and media training workshops for several corporate clients as well as at the United Nations, NASA, the Nature Conservancy and various “Shark Tank” events. She was a member of the Executive Committee of the National Small Business Association in Washington, DC and was a featured panelist and advisor to the Global Coalition for Aging at the Council on Foreign Relations. At the beginning of her career she worked in both London and Frankfurt, advises various customers and companies. She has also served as a political commentator on Sky News and BBC Radio.
“Sarah’s expertise in communication, fundraising and business development makes her uniquely qualified for this role,” said Orlowitz. “Her passion for justice and social causes fits perfectly with the overall mission of the council.”
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According to 501 (c) (3) and 501 (c) (4), the Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation (CFCR) is a non-profit organization that serves as a forum in which interest groups – from both the federal government and industry – analyze and help create informed, understandable, and inclusive federal laws and regulations regulating the cannabis industry. CFCR exists to educate, advocate and communicate. For more information, please visit www.uscfcr.org and follow us on social media @USCFCR.
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SOURCE Council on State Cannabis Regulation