Meet the team
Dr. Mara graduated from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada and has been practicing family medicine for over 20 years. In founding RxLeaf, Dr. Mara’s goal is to return power to the people, educate media on cannabis medicine, and provide vetted research-based information to the public. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Dr. Mara Bilibajkich
Ahmed is an MBA Graduate from the University of Waterloo with a focus on Business, Entrepreneurship, and Technology. For the past 8 years he has focused his career on setting up e-commerce platforms across the globe with a number of venture capitalists.
Product Development Manager
Jennifer graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honors Biological Science degree, majoring in the biomedical field. She has been employed as a professional writer for almost two decades, previously working with Get Leashed Magazine and ARC Institute. Jennifer has also been a science and math teacher with the SCCDSB and TDSB. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor in Chief
Wyatt is an English major to the core; he took his Undergraduate degree at King’s University College, and his Master’s at Western University. He loves to read, write, hike, and climb, and while he’s based out of southwestern Ontario, Wyatt’s journeys have taken him worldwide and will continue to. Wyatt loves to work for RxLeaf because of the opportunity to hear, and tell, the stories of those who have benefitted from the healing properties of cannabis medicine. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Editor - Webinar Coordinator
Matt Weeks is a writer living and working in Athens, GA. He holds a Bachelor's degree (ABJ) in journalism, and a Master's of Public Administration (MPA) in organizational theory and public management, both from the University of Georgia. His work has appeared in books, newspapers, magazines, websites, and professional journals. When he’s not in front of a computer, Matt plays in bands, hosts bar trivia, and drinks too much coffee. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Francis is an Irish freelance writer now living in British Columbia, Canada. He holds a degree in Electronic Engineering, but left the industry to pursue his passion in writing. He writes on a variety of topics with a special interest in cannabis and its mindful reintegration back into global culture. When not writing, he can be found exploring and photographing the landscapes of British Columbia. For more of his work, check out his blog: www.thestrayphotographer.com
Jessica McKeil is a cannabis writer focused on tech trends and advances in medical research. She graduated with honors from the University of St. Thomas, and has a Cannabis Sommelier Level 1 certificate. She is passionate about presenting the science and technology behind cannabis to society at large.
Marc recently completed his doctoral degree at the University of Western Ontario, in the department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. His research interests are related to the efficacy of medicinal cannabis for relieving chronic pain, and future applications to various aspects of sports medicine. He is excited about being part of the RxLeaf team.
Marc Moulin, PhD
Christine graduated from Green Mountain College with a Master's of Science degree, specializing in writing and communications. She writes from her home in the Columbia River Gorge, and when she’s not pursuing her passion for science writing, she can be found on her mountain bike, skis, or snowboard, or with her nose in a book.
Born and raised in Arizona, Craig worked in construction, as an EMT, then a medic on fishing boats traveling from the US to Siberia. He graduated from the University of Alaska with an Associate’s degree in Culinary Arts before working as head chef on oil rigs in the Arctic Ocean. Today, Craig lives happily in Oregon, growing CBD medical grade cannabis. He has an Oregon Grower’s Cannabis Permit, Medical Patient Card, and OLCC permit to carry cannabis across state lines. Craig is a consultant grower for RxLeaf and ready to answer any of your grow questions.
Emily Robertson has been employed as a professional writer since 2011. She holds a master’s degree in literature and gender studies. Born and raised in southwestern Ontario, Robertson moved to Glasgow, Scotland to undergo her doctorate in Scottish Literature. She lives in the West End with her dog, Henley.
Philip Ghezelbash is a medical writer, science graduate, ex-personal trainer, and the founder of Writing Studio. He is passionate about simplifying complex science to help people learn more about how they can improve their health and fitness. He can be reached at https://writingstudio.co/.