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Charles McElroy is the founder of Goldleaf, a science-forward printing company for cannabis growers, patients, and enthusiasts. McElroy is a former volunteer with the Marijuana Policy Project, has a history of supporting veterans education and access to medical marijuana, and several years studying permaculture and organic farming in Ohio and Colorado. McElroy created Goldleaf to benefit the evolving recreational and medical cannabis communities. Goldleaf brings a clear and credible perspective to the cannabis community by pairing compelling design with the latest peer-reviewed research. Goldleaf products are available worldwide and the company also provides custom design services, now adorning select dispensaries and white-label products across the U.S. Formerly COO at Noble Denim & Victor Athletics, a sustainable and ethical clothing manufacturer, McElroy holds a B.S. in Engineering Technology and Management from Ohio University with an MBA track at Miami University in Business Informatics.
 
  
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