Marijuana Policy Project Appoints New Member to Board of Directors
Jeff Brown, Vice President of Public Policy for PAX Labs, joins MPP’s Board of Directors
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The nation’s largest cannabis policy reform group, the Marijuana Policy Project, announced on Tuesday the election of Jeff Brown to MPP’s board of directors. Brown is the Vice President of Public Policy for PAX Labs, an award-winning technology company with the goal of creating safe, predictable and enjoyable cannabis experiences. Brown joins MPP’s board of directors bringing years of public policy and public relations experience and a commitment to cannabis legalization, social justice, and corporate social responsibility.
Prior to PAX, Jeff Brown held positions as Senior Vice President at GoPro, Senior Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs at Electronic Arts, and Director of Global Public Relations for Pepsi-Cola. Brown serves on two charitable boards: Community Gatepath and The League to Save Lake Tahoe (Keep Tahoe Blue).
Statement from Steve Hawkins, executive director of the Marijuana Policy Project:
“We are excited for the addition of Jeff Brown to MPP’s board of directors. His commitment to the movement and social justice is commendable. I’m confident that Jeff will be a valuable resource to MPP and the ongoing efforts to achieve our mission — ending prohibition across the United States.”
Statement from Jeff Brown, newly appointed board member at the Marijuana Policy Project:
“I am pleased to join MPP's board of directors. It is a pivotal time for marijuana policy reform and unprecedented progress has been achieved through MPP’s dedication. I look forward to helping this team develop resources and to contributing to their advocacy for sensible and just cannabis policies.”