Advisory Board


Tris Imboden


As a cancer survivor, Tris Imboden is working as a Volunteer Ambassador for The American Cancer Society.  Tris, who is currently the drummer for the band Chicago for the past 25 years, is a multi-stylist. In addition to his work with Chicago he has played on numerous platinum recordings with such artists as Kenny Loggins; Crosby, Stills and Nash; Richard Marx; Neil Diamond and many others. He has also toured with Al Jarreau, Chaka Kahn, Michael McDonald, amongst others, as well as having been a founding member of the band Honk

Moscow, 2010


William “Bill” Champlin is an American singer, guitarist, keyboardist, arranger, producer, and songwriter, principally associated with the bands Chicago and the seminal Sons of Champlin. He has won multiple Grammy Awards for songwriting, including the hits “After The Love Has Gone” and “Turn Your Love Around.”




Jaz is a South Sacramento native. In order to further her knowledge in the cannabis industry, she enrolled at Oaksterdam University in Oakland and gained her certification in Cannabis Politics & History, Law, Civics, Science, Horticulture, Methods of Ingestion for extracts, Cooking, Vaporization, and Patient Relations. Most recently, she worked at one of the leading cannabis collectives in Sacramento, RCP. where she impacted her patients with her positive attitude and extensive knowledge about medicine and cannabis. Her current focus is on her non-profit organization, JC Holistic & Agriculture Center (JCHAC), assisting low income and homeless citizens. Inspired by the readings of George Cervantes and Ed Rosenthal, Jaz contributes to the Cal Heritage mission and the new cannabis business model.


Emily Weer


Emily is the owner, instructor, and main therapist for the Summit Lotus Yoga and Massage Center in Soda Springs, CA. Honing her healing techniques in reiki, physical therapy, and meditation since 1997, Emily has earned degrees in Psychology, Outdoor Education, and Divine Metaphysics. Emily’s therapeutic practice is well attuned to future integration within the cannabis sector, and provides a truly holistic perspective to the team.


Tamara Champlin


Tamara Champlin is a Singer/Songwriter who has performed with Elton John, Leon Russell, Nicki Hopkins, Bill Champlin and son Will Champlin. She tours with the Sons of Champlin. She is active in the Rhythmic Arts Project to benefit children, and the Saving K-9 Lives Charity for the adoption of shelter pets.

Green Life Latino Cannabis Group (GLLCG)

Green Life Latino Cannabis Group is comprised of various professionals from the local northern California community. GLLCG individuals have twenty years of agricultural management experience working for one of the world’s leading developers and suppliers of advanced plant genetics. In addition, GLLCG has a combined thirty four years of retail service ownership, management and marketing experience. GLLCG individuals hold certifications from Herbal Wellness Certified, Phoenix AZ and Oaksterdam University in Horticulture, Oakland CA