Meg Sanders

Meg Sanders

Meg Sanders, Managing Director of Revolutionary Clinics, has been cannabis industry pioneer and thought leader for the past eight years. As former CEO of Colorado-based Mindful, she headed the largest woman-led cannabis company in America and built one of the most respected and most recognized cannabis producers and infused products manufacturers with medical and recreational dispensaries operating across the state of Colorado in Aurora, Colorado Springs, Black Hawk, Denver, and Berthoud, and in the State of Illinois. As Co-Founder of Will & Way, Total Cannabis Solutions, Meg, along with her partner, Erik Williams, consult nationally and internationally for businesses, governments, investors, and institutions.

Meg continues to be a leader in the legal cannabis movement and industry and has been featured in media globally including 60 Minutes, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Le Monde, NPR, NBC, Der Spiegel, The Wall Street Journal, BBC, High Times, CBC and many more. She was a key part of the establishment of regulations for the legal marijuana industry in Colorado, having been the only industry representative appointed by Gov. Hickenlooper to be involved in their creation. She is a sought-after resource to assist countries, states, counties, and municipalities an informing their Medical and Adult-Use Marijuana Programs. Meg has used her expertise to assist local and state regulators seeking input, feedback and beta testing for various systems related to tracking, growing and selling medical cannabis. Meg was honored to participate with the White House, FBI, NSA and other national organizations in a workshop hosted by the National Science Academy discussing protecting our bio-economy- the first time ever that cannabis was discussed. She was a co-founder and executive director of the Boulder Youth Football League and served a three-year term as president of the Boulder High School Football Booster Club.

Meg relocated to New England a year ago to help lead the East Coast cannabis revolution. She has become an enthusiastic Red Sox fan and is one day hoping to overcome her weakness of being a Broncos fan and come to the good side of the Force, where Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the rest of the New England Patriots live.


Posted on

January 17, 2018

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