Texas’ leading medical cannabis provider promoted operations and cultivation specialists and bolsters its product team with new director of product management
AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation (TXOG), Texas’ leading medical cannabis provider, announced today it promoted William Doolan to vice president of product operations and Jason Sanders to director of cultivation, and hired Meghan Clough as director of product management.
After announcing the company’s expansion to Bastrop, Texas, and the hiring of its new chief financial officer, Steven Yoo, TXOG is bolstering its product operations amid increased demand as newly qualified patients join the recently expanded Compassionate Use Program.
Company promotions and additions include:
- William Doolan was promoted to vice president of product operations. Doolan has an extensive background in product consumer-driven ideation, innovation, product development and manufacturing. Doolan earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He holds five utility and two design patents from the U.S., Canada and the EU. The company also plays an important personal role for Doolan as his daughter is a current TXOG patient undergoing treatment for epilepsy.
- Jason Sanders was promoted to director of cultivation. Sanders’s team is responsible for cultivating and testing the highest-quality cannabis in the state of Texas. He manages the company’s growing cultivation operations, optimizing plant development, research and production to achieve the company’s cultivation and business goals. Sanders has extensive experience in cannabis cultivation as well as a background in waste, recycling and compost programs. Sanders earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in agricultural sciences from Texas State University.
- Meghan Clough joined the company as director of product management on Oct. 11. Clough most recently served as senior product manager at YETI and brings considerable experience in product strategy for outdoor apparel, outerwear and consumer sporting goods companies such as Black Diamond Equipment, G-Form, Thule and The North Face. Clough earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from the University of Vermont.
“We’re thrilled to announce William and Jason’s promotions and welcome Meghan to the Texas Original team as we bolster the company’s leadership, knowledge and capabilities to enable us to deliver the highest-quality medical cannabis to patients throughout Texas,” said Morris Denton, CEO of TXOG. “Serving our patients comes first. Our team’s cultivation, manufacturing and product expertise helps us get the right medicine into their hands—products that consistently meet their specific and unique needs. We look forward to expanding and enhancing our product lines in the coming year.”
TXOG’s gummies, tincture and lozenge products are available for statewide delivery at www.texasoriginal.com, at their dispensary in Austin, Texas, and through the company’s convenient patient pick-up locations in North Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio. To learn whether you or a loved one qualifies for medical cannabis, visit www.texasoriginal.com/patients.
About Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation
Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation (TXOG) is the leading licensed medical marijuana producer in Texas, working alongside physicians to provide the highest quality cannabis medicine to patients and families seeking relief across the state. As fellow Texans, we are dedicated to representing the integrity of this great state with our commitment to quality, consistency and purity in every product we produce. We remain committed to advancing safe, legal access to this powerful medicine. TXOG is headquartered in Austin, with delivery throughout the entire state. For more information, visit www.texasoriginal.com.
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