Britte McBride was appointed to the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission in September, 2017 by Attorney General Maura Healey and served until December, 2020. As one of the inaugural Commissioners of the CCC, she helped to establish the foundation of the regulated cannabis industry in Massachusetts. Immediately prior to her appointment, Ms. McBride ran her own solo law office. Over the course of her career, Britte's focus has been on the creation and implementation of sound and durable public policy. She has held positions as Chief of the Policy and Government Division and Deputy Chief of Staff of the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office; Deputy General Counsel to the Massachusetts Senate; and Legal Counsel to the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety within the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS). Ms. McBride is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and Suffolk University Law School.
David Henry, CFA is a 35-year investment professional knowledgeable in all facet of the investment business serving Individuals, Foundations & Endowments, and Institutional Pension Plans. For the past 25 years, David has focused his investment practice with Private Clients. Prior to his current role as a Financial Advisor with Baystate Financial, he headed up the Private Wealth Practice for the Wellesley Group, served as the CIO for the Family Office of the late Richard Egan, and was Business Development professional for P/E Investments. David chairs the Investment Committee for Northeast ARC. He serves on both Essex County Community Foundation and Montsarret College of Art Investment Committees. David is also a Board Member and former Treasurer of Historic Salem, Inc. David holds an MBA from the University of Houston, a BBA from the University of Cincinnati and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He also maintains Series 7 & 66, along with his Insurance licenses.
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