Meg Sanders is considered a thought leader in the legal cannabis movement and industry. She played a critical role in the development of regulations and policy in her home state of Colorado, where she was the only cannabis industry representative appointed by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to be involved in the creation of the regulated program as part of the Governor’s Task Force. From 2010 to 2017, Meg served as CEO of MiNDFUL, a vertically integrated cannabis business in Colorado specializing in cultivation, genetic preservation, medical and adult-use dispensary operations, and cannabis extraction.
Meg has been sought out by leading media outlets around the world including 60 Minutes, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Le Monde, National Public Radio (NPR), NBC, The Wall Street Journal, BBC and many more. She has represented the cannabis industry as a board member of the Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce and the Aurora (Colorado) Economic Development Council. Meg’s expertise has also been recognized and sought after by the National Science Academy, where she worked alongside representatives from the White House, FBI, and NSA to discuss cannabis as it relates to our bio-economy. She has been a featured speaker at Harvard Business School and has supported many local organizations in her hometown of Boulder, Colorado.
Today, Meg serves as the Co-Founder of Will and Way Consulting, a business formed to support teams eager to learn about opportunities that exist within newly formed medical marijuana programs. Will and Way Consulting is currently supporting efforts in numerous states including Maryland, Ohio, Florida, Arkansas, California, Tennessee and Massachusetts. Meg has also worked extensively with Clients in New York and Tennessee in the development of two hemp farms.