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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

麻州大麻控制局更新2名董事 任期五年

            (Boston Orange 整理報導)共有5名董事的麻州大麻控制局Cannabis Control Commission,簡稱CCC).,新添兩名董事Nurys Z. Camargo Bruce Stebbins,任期五年。

               麻州州長查理貝克(Charlie Baker),財政廳廳長高柏珂(Deborah B. Goldberg),以及麻州總檢察長Maura Healey15日宣佈了這一任命。

                根據法令,這兩名董事須獲得前述三名麻州政府高官的多數票同意,其中一人須在受法規管轄的工業界,具備監管或商品,生產,分銷等領域的專業管理經驗,一人須在受法規管轄工業界,具有法律,政策或社會正義議題的經驗。

             Nurys Z. Camargo2013年起擔任AT&T的麻州外部事務主任,和社區關係良好,擬定過區域性企業社會責任計畫。在AT&T之前,他曾擔任麻州公共安全辦公室資深政策顧問,薩福克郡地區檢察官辦公室社區關係主任。他獲有Baruch 學院公共行政碩士學位,是該校全國市區學者,之前畢業於Mount Ida 學院,獲有刑事法學士學位。

                Bruce Stebbins2012年起擔任麻州賭博局委員,之前在春田市負責企業發展,並曾長達10年的擔任全國生產商協會資深區域經理。他也擔任過麻州企業發展辦公室主任,監管5個區域辦公室,25名員工,還在19891991年間,擔任布殊(George H. W. Bush)總統的政治事務副主任。他獲有喬治華盛頓大學的政治學學士學位。

 Governor, Treasurer, and Attorney General Appoint Nurys Z. Camargo and Bruce Stebbins to The Cannabis Control Commission

Executives with Expertise in Oversight and Social Justice Issues Related to Regulated Industries to Join the Commission

BOSTON – Today, Governor Charlie Baker, Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg and Attorney General Maura Healey announced the appointments of Nurys Z. Camargo and Bruce Stebbins to the Cannabis Control Commission (CCC). Per statute, two commissioners should be appointed by a majority vote of the Governor, Attorney General and Treasurer, one of whom should have professional experience in oversight or industry management, including commodities, production or distribution in a regulated industry; and one of whom should have a background in legal, policy or social justice issues related to a regulated industry. These appointees will serve a term of 5 years.

“Our administration is grateful to the Treasurer and Attorney General for their partnership on these appointments to the Cannabis Control Commission as we continue to work together to ensure the effective regulation and safety of the cannabis industry in Massachusetts,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “We are proud to appoint two highly qualified and experienced individuals to the CCC, and look forward to their contributions to the Commission. We also thank Commissioner Title for her service to the Commission.”

“I want to thank Commissioner Shaleen Title for her service to the Cannabis Control Commission. We are appreciative of the time and commitment she has shown to ensure fairness and equity as the industry has evolved,” said State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg. “The appointments of Nurys Camargo, whose passion and focus has been on expanding opportunities for marginalized communities, and Bruce Stebbins, whose proven record and experience in managing in a state regulated environment, will positively impact the goals of the CCC. We look forward to working together and know that they will hit the ground running.”

“Commissioner Title has helped to advance social justice and promote equity in the developing cannabis industry and I would like to thank her for her service and dedication over the past three years,” said Attorney General Maura Healey. “Nurys Camargo and Bruce Stebbins each bring unique experience and knowledge to the Cannabis Control Commission and I am confident they’ll serve the people of our state well in these positions. Nurys has dedicated her career to social justice reform and will be integral in the Commission’s work to ensure equity and fairness in this industry. Bruce’s understanding of the regulatory process, experience in economic development, and commitment to government transparency will be a critical asset to the Commission’s mission to enable safe, equitable, and effective access to legal cannabis use in the Commonwealth.”

“I’m honored to be appointed as a Commissioner at the Cannabis Control Commission,” said Nurys Z. Camargo. “For the past decade I’ve committed my work to finding pathways for equity and empowerment for women and people of color within the Commonwealth. I look forward to continuing the inaugural Commission’s work to establish a safe and equitable cannabis industry in Massachusetts.”

"I am honored to join the team at the Cannabis Control Commission,” said Bruce Stebbins. “The opportunity to help fulfill the Commission's mission of creating employment and entrepreneurial opportunities across the state through this new industry is just one way I hope I can contribute. I thank the Governor, Attorney General and Treasurer for their confidence in my appointment."

Nurys Z. Camargo has served since 2013 as the Director of External Affairs in Massachusetts for AT&T. In this role, she works to foster positive relationships with the community, creating philanthropic funding opportunities and developing regional corporate social responsibility initiatives. Immediately prior to joining AT&T, she served as a Senior Policy Advisor at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security. Ms. Camargo also served previously as Director of Community Relations for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. In addition to her professional work, she currently serves on boards including United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley’s Community Board, and Eastern Bank’s Board of Ambassadors. She is also the Founder and Board Chair of Chica Project, a social enterprise dedicated to closing the opportunity divide for young Latina women in Boston, Lawrence, Springfield and Holyoke. Ms. Camargo earned a Master’s of Public Administration at Baruch College as a National Urban Fellow, and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Mount Ida College.

Since 2012, Bruce Stebbins has served as a Commissioner for the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, the body responsible for implementing and overseeing the expanded gaming law passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor in November 2011. Prior to joining the Gaming Commission, he served as Business Development Administrator for the City of Springfield, after more than 10 years as Senior Regional Manager for the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). In this role, he managed relations with more than 30 member companies in New England with revenues exceeding $500 million. Before joining NAM, Commissioner Stebbins served as Director of the Massachusetts Office of Business Development, overseeing five regional offices and a staff of more than 25 in promoting growth across the Commonwealth. From 1989 to 1991, he also served as the Associate Director of Political Affairs for President George H.W. Bush. Commissioner Stebbins earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from George Washington University.

The 5 member Cannabis Control Commission is an independent agency, with appointees from the Treasurer, Governor, and the Attorney General, that was established by Chapter 55 of the Acts of 2017, signed by the Governor in July of 2017. Their role is to establish, regulate, and oversee the Commonwealth’s recreational marijuana industry, passed by voters in November of 2016.

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