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Medical Cannabis Use In Brain Injuries with Maggie Fauver from Canna Care Docs

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Maggie Fauver joined Canna Care Docs in January 2015 as a member of the company’s mid-Atlantic expansion team. She worked closely with Delaware’s Office of Medical Marijuana during the implementation of the state’s medical marijuana program, forming strong relationships with state regulators and administrators.

Promoted to mid-Atlantic operations manager in January 2016, Fauver oversaw Canna Care Docs’ April 2016 opening of its first office in Maryland, in Takoma Park. She has since continued the Maryland expansion and has opened Canna Care Docs offices in Cockeysville, Columbia and Baltimore, Maryland.  Informed by her perspective as the victim of a serious car crash, Fauver was inspired to pursue a career in health care advocacy.

In January 2012 she enrolled in Shoreline Community College in Shoreline, Washington, to pursue a degree in health information and informatics management. She graduated with high honors as a registered health information technician (RHIT). She also holds a degree in business administration from Delaware County Community College. Fauver has become a strong advocate for medical cannabis. She devoted significant energy in support of the Delaware Senate’s 2017 passage of the Bravery Bill, improving veterans’ access to medical cannabis.

She served on the board of directors and strategic planning committee for Delaware NORML, the state chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. During her career she has also been an active volunteer, including serving as vice president of her local Parent Teacher Association, as a Cub Scout leader, and as a judge for the Delaware Business Partners of America 2017 & 2018 State Leadership Conference.

Episode sponsored by: Minnesota Functional Neuorology

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