David Berry

Board Member

Mr. Berry has a BSc honours in mathematics from Queens University and an MBA from the University of Toronto. Mr. Berry was a chartered accountant with Ernst & Young before becoming a venture capitalist investor. He has worked extensively in the banking sector with a strong background in finance, business, macroeconomic and extensive experience managing large teams, meeting projected targets and deadlines.

Lloyd Bailey

Lobbyist and Board Member

Mr. Bailey has been a business investor and operator in Jamaica for over 20 years, offering significant insight into the business landscape. He has developed contacts with an array of Jamaican businessmen and politicians. Mr. Bailey has and will continue to utilize his vast network on the island to lobby for Herbs to ensure a strong voice and presence.

Dwayne Vaz

Lobbyist and Board Member

Mr. Vaz is an up and coming Jamaican politician who became a member of parliament at age 33, after decisively winning the Central Westmoreland seat in a December 2014 by-election. Prior to entering the political arena, Mr. Vaz completed an MBA program at the University of New Orleans. He proceeded to found Estellar Global Services and is a board member for several regulatory consulting firms.

Robert Francis

Board of Director

Dr. Francis is a graduate of McGill Medical School and St. Francis Xavier University. He is the founder of Medcan and Medcannabis and has over 25 years of experience practicing medicine in corporate and private practice. He is on the staff of St. Michael’s and Mount Sinai hospitals and a lecturer at the University of Toronto. His works focuses on occupational health, disease prevention and the medical management of disability and workplace absence.

Aleks Stosic

Board of Director

Aleks is the CEO of Stosic & Associates, a boutique government relations firm that works with leaders and power brokers within the government and private sector. He works to shape the policy landscape for customers in the Alcohol Beverage, Health/Life Sciences, Cannabis, and Fintech sectors. Mr. Stosic served two Ontario Cabinet Ministers of Economic Development and Trade after being recruited by the Premier’s Office from the Toronto Region Board of Trade. He began his career at the Privy Council Office in Ottawa while working on his Ph.D. in politics.

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