Stella, CEO & Content Strategist

Stella is a greater NYC area-based, award-winning editorial professional with more than a decade of combined experience, starting in journalism and now in digital and print content creation. Her strengths are in brand voice development, web content copy, copy editing for accuracy and content creation such as blogging, case studies and white papers. Her content-first approach to marketing places the writing quality front and center, positioning the strength of the message as the driving force behind any strategy.

A former journalist, Stella took a career detour through the branding and licensing industry, where she was involved in every aspect of the brand development and management process for several internationally-beloved brands and built several private-label brands from the ground-up. It didn’t take long, however, to realize that writing was her only true professional love, and she left the licensing world in 2016 to launch her own successful content marketing agency. CannaContent is her second solo venture, dedicated to servicing the marketing needs of the burgeoning cannabis industry.

Brie, Creative Director

Brie is an NYC-based mover, shaker, and dream-maker with a knack for making awesome stuff. She brings to the team more than 10 years of branding, graphic design and marketing experience, as well as a passion for and understanding of all things cannabis. She has worked on projects for tech giants, fashion accessory startups, app innovators and social change organizations, developing a well-rounded portfolio. In her spare time, she pursues her true dream of acting, performing with an Off-Broadway theatre company and in indie film projects. Fun fact: she can recite all 50 states in alphabetical order.

Moeima, Director of Search Strategy

Moeima is a marketing and communications specialist working primarily with companies, projects and notable influencers in the entertainment, art and other creative spheres. Obsessed with patterns of all sorts, she loves analyzing data to build game-changing strategies and is an avid consumer obsessed with consumer behavior. A bottomless pit when it comes to knowledge, she also prides herself on her handy ability to find the best bodegas and thrift stores in town with zero help from Yelp.

Adam, Director of Content Development

Adam is an award-winning journalist for NYC-based business publications and a content writer with experience across a diverse set of topics including the legal cannabis industry; politics and government; business and finance; and technology. He brings to the team an in-depth knowledge of the developing North American cannabis industry, as well as all things entrepreneurial. He has won NJPA awards for Police, Crime and Courts Reporting and Environmental Reporting, as well as second runner up for the NJ-SPJ’s Wilson Barto Rookie of the Year award.

Jason, Director of Web Development

Jason is a creator of possibilities, turning a business’s digital dream into a beautifully-designed reality. Jason built his first website as an undergraduate student, igniting a passion which led to opening his web design and development agency in 2003. His business grew from a hobby to a global network of developers, marketing professionals and creatives, servicing businesses across North America, Australia and the UK. When he’s not building websites, Jason enjoys traveling and tackling DIY projects with his wife, going on hikes with his dogs and touring breweries and distilleries with his friends.

Cory, Web Project Manager

As CannaContent’s Web Project Manager, Cory keeps our projects organized, serving as the point of contact on all things WordPress. Cory’s career has centered around organizing client communication and project development. To date, Cory has helped effectively launch countless projects ranging from proprietary law-firm software to e-commerce stores, informational blogs and everything in between. In his free time, Cory enjoys relaxing by the pool, grilling with friends and family or experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.