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- Reggie Alston CANMD Board Treasurer; Business Development Officer at Seven Points Agro-Therapeutics (Prince George’s County)
- Cheryl D. Glenn Member, Maryland House of Delegates (D-Baltimore City); Chair, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland
- Greg Daniels CEO, Alternative Medicine Maryland
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