Vancouver, B.C. – Ascent Industries Corp. (CSE: ASNT) (“Ascent” or the “Company”) announces Annabeth Rose is joining the new Management Team to lead operations at the Portland, Oregon facility. Annabeth brings 15 years of laboratory experience with expertise in building and leading teams, and establishing sophisticated quality assurance systems. She has over five years in the cannabis industry and was Vice President of the Oregon Cannabis Laboratory Association. A published scientist, Annabeth brings exceptional insight to Ascent as the company rebuilds the Team for the future. Annabeth’s undergraduate studies had an emphasis in cellular and molecular biology at University of Nevada, Reno. She also studied at the University of Reading, England. Annabeth’s experiences have led start-ups in accreditation, licensing, business planning and number of high- level certifications.
Ascent looks forward to Annabeth’s leadership and scientific guidance as Ascent reinvigorates the Portland facility’s operations. “I am excited to welcome Annabeth as Ascent continues to build the new Management Team that will deliver on our vision of a world that lives better through cannabis” said CEO Paul Dillman.
About Ascent Industries Corp.
The Company’s operations currently include facilities Oregon and Nevada in the United States. In the United States, the Company holds licences in Oregon (for processing and for distribution of cannabis to any licenced entity in the state) and in Nevada (for cultivation and for production, processing and wholesale distribution of cannabis). In Europe, Agrima ApS, a Danish company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Ascent, has established European headquarters and is pursuing multiple jurisdictional licenses.
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