Green Meadows, a Massachusetts-based vertically integrated cannabis company has appointed Max Jones as the new chief operations officer (COO) of the company. Max Jones will be the first Non-Family Member to join the company’s C-suite. He takes over from Chris Zawaski who has been appointed as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the company. Bob Patton, the father of Chris Zawaski, moves from CEO to the chairman of the company.
Other new appointments include Dan Donahue who is the new VP of operations and Josh Turner who is the new VP of cultivation. This expansion of the C-Suite is expected to accelerate the company’s growth.
Max Jones previously served as the COO of a vertically integrated medical cannabis company- Maitri Holdings. He brings on board extensive industry experience, having served in different capacities over the course of his career that spans 30 years. He also brings cross-industry experience from the construction, automotive, aluminum, and electrical industries. Jones holds an industrial engineering degree acquired from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad. He also has an MBA in Strategy, Operations, and Finance from Tepper Business School, Pittsburgh.
40 Dispensaries Later
Green Meadows has a captivating history that starts in 1928 as a family-owned produce farm. It was not until 2012 that Green Meadows opened its doors to the cannabis industry, and has never looked back. The company has achieved several milestones in the last couple of years, one of the most significant being the rapid expansion that has seen to it that Green Meadows products are now available in 40 Dispensaries. Other milestones include the application of sustainable practices to bring organic products to the market. Currently, Green Meadows serves both the medical and recreational markets.
About Green Meadows
Green Meadows is a Massachusetts-based vertically integrated cannabis company that’s committed to providing the highest quality of cannabis products for both medical and recreational use. Founded by the Patton family, this company has a rich farming heritage which forms the basis for sustainable organic cultivation of cannabis in its 35,000-square-foot facility. Green Meadows serves the veteran community and actively supports research on the potential benefits of cannabis in treating PTSD and other conditions. For more information, visit: https://greenmeadows.com/