Cannabis Compliance Software – Simplifya

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Tune in to Episode 36 of the Lit & Lucid Podcast to hear from Jordan Wellington, Chief Compliance Officer with Simplifya. Learn more about Jordan’s extensive background in writing cannabis policy in Colorado’s early years of legalization. Most recently Jordan has started Simplifya, compliance software to help businesses work within the regulated industry. With Jordan’s extensive knowledge of the backend of cannabis regulations this episode is one you can’t miss!

Jordan Wellington

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Jordan Wellington, Esq., Chief Compliance Officer at Simplifya, served as the sole legislative staffer assigned to shepherd the legislation implementing Amendment 64 and the legalization of cannabis through the Colorado General Assembly. He then was hired by Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division to organize the Division’s stakeholder engagement process and draft many of the regulations governing retail and medical marijuana in Colorado.

Jordan then joined the Vicente Sederberg law firm, where he has advised hundreds of cannabis businesses on compliance matters cross the country. Building upon his work with the firm, Jordan created the vision and co-founded Simplifya, a software company that provides compliance solution to cannabis businesses and consultants. As Simplifya’s Cheif Compliance Officer, Jordan continues to help develop new features and improve its unique system to continually make life easier for cannabis businesses.

In addition, Jordan regularly advises elected officials and regulators from across the globe on the responsible regulation of cannabis. Jordan also continues to draft cannabis legislation and regulations, including recent bills on permissive vertical integration, fiber recycling, and autism. Finally, Jordan has helped to author the white papers “Cannabis Packaging and Labeling Regulatory Recommendations for States and Nations” and “Cannabis Testing Policy: Recommendations for more Thoughtful and Consistent Regulations.”