Board & Management
Pnina FeldmanExecutive Chairperson (CGB)
Executive Chairperson and CEO of ASX listed companies over the last 20 years. Pnina Feldman was the first woman in Australia to publicly list a mining company, be the chairperson, CEO and the largest shareholder. She has been instrumental in establishing, financing and developing numerous publicly listed, publicly unlisted and private companies. Pnina was the first to receive the Wentworth Community Award from the then member for Wentworth, and former Prime Minister, The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP, for Outstanding Community Service.
Sholom FeldmanManaging Director (CGB)
Experience as a managing director and company secretary for a number of publicly listed companies and private companies since 1999. Responsible for financing and managing multiple mining projects across various commodities. Sholom studied at the International MBA programme at Bar Ilan University Israel and is Managing Director and Company Secretary of Queensland Bauxite Limited (ASX:QBL).
Andrew KavasilasExecutive Director (MCL)
Andrew is the founder and a director of Medical Cannabis Limited. He is also secretary of the Australian HEMP Party. Andrew has had a long and in-depth association with hemp growing and the research of the therapeutic properties of Cannabis. In 2001/02, Andrew was the only grower in Australia/NSW permitted to cultivate high THC Cannabis for trials. The trials led Andrew to publish his research in 2004, Medical Uses of Cannabis – Information for Medical Practitioners. He is a regular participant at numerous Parliamentary Inquiries on medical and other Cannabis related law reform issues.
John EasterlingIndependent Director (MCL)
John Easterling has experience in developing therapeutical products from plants, including many years of experience in Cannabis cultivation and products. He founded the Amazon Herb Company in 1990 with his product formulations generating over $100m in revenue worldwide. John has bred a dozen new genetics from the Cannabis plant and his focus is on formulating a broad range of cannabinoid and terpene profiles for therapeutic benefits. He married Olivia Newton-John in 2008 and shares her passion in supporting the continuing growth of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre in Melbourne. John is an advocate for legislation reform in Australia to allow for wider access for medical Cannabis.