Greg Huffaker III

Regulatory Consultant

Greg Huffaker III oversees the licensing application process, the technical writing team, and overall project management. He is an expert in navigating the complex cannabis regulations and emerging state programs across the country.

From his early industry work of maintaining a comprehensive database of ever-changing cannabis laws, his J.D. from Cardozo School of Law, and being a Colorado-licensed attorney, Greg brings a keen sense and deep knowledge of the legislation that impacts clients at every phase of business. Greg maintains an active membership to the National Cannabis Bar Association which provides excellent, ethical, and advanced legal assistance to the growing cannabis industry. He is also a member of the NCIA’s State Regulations Committee (SRC) that works to establish best practices for states and municipalities on developing sound regulatory procedures for industry-specific statewide regulations.

Recognizing the positive impact of cannabis on health issues inspired Greg to apply his expertise to the developing cannabis industry. Greg’s perspective is rounded out with his bachelor’s degrees in History and Art from Hamilton College and his time spent as a self-proclaimed ski bum. He also livens up the Canna Advisors office by regularly bringing his pup, Edward, to work.

Greg’s speaking experience:

Cannabis Quality Conference 2020: Facility Design

Cannabis Quality Conference 2020: Missouri Medical Cannabis Case Study

Cannabis Quality Conference 2020: License Application Prep

Webinar: How FDA Regulation Will Affect Hemp Processing and Manufacturing

Webinar: What’s Happening and What’s Next in Illinois

CWCBE New York 2019

BrightTALK Business of Cannabis Online Summit

NCIA Cannabis Business Summit 2019

Webinar: “How to Approach Your Local Government – What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You!”

Cannabis Quality Conference & Expo 2019

Burns & Levinson State of the Cannabis Industry Summit


Boulder, CO



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