We’re proud to have a significant level of leadership and support on the Hemp for Victory board of directors. Each member is committed to our mission and focused on driving change from the top down. Together, we’re working to educate and bring awareness to all levels of leadership in our communities, industries, and government about Industrial Hemp, CBD, and Medical Cannabis; and the positive effect it has on helping veterans manage their mental and physical recovery from serving.
Robert spent over 5 years in the Army as an Infantryman. Half that time was spent on the frontlines in Iraq. Robert graduated from Texas A&M University after his service. He began his career in the cannabis industry in 2016 with a farm in Maine. Since then, he has devoted his time to helping communities understand that cannabis plays a big role in the veteran healing process through events and speaking engagements. In late 2022, he and Todd Scattini developed “Hemp for Victory”.
Todd Scattini is a 27-year veteran LIC, U.S. Army (Ret.). A West Point graduate, Todd commanded troops at the platoon and company level and served as a military diplomat and Defense Attaché in numerous countries across Europe. He deployed twice to Afghanistan, serving as a special advisor to the ISAF coalition commander. His company, Harvest 360, is a full-service cannabis consulting firm specializing in helping clients become licensed operators.
Corey Milsap is an Enrolled Agent, co-owner of Harvest AF Financial consulting, Co-host of The Cannabruhz podcast, Co-Founder of Hemp for Victory, and a Logistics Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve. He is a loving husband and a proud father of two amazing children. Corey is also an advocate for minorities' and veterans’ representation and equality within the Cannabis industry.
Chris Wolfenbarger is a Certified Real Estate Appraiser and the Managing Partner for Todd Appraisal Inc. He is the Co-Host of the Veterans on Cannabis podcast and sits on the Board of Directors for Hemp for Victory and The Missouri Canna-Convict Project. He is also on the Advisory Board for The Foundation for Exceptional Warriors - The F.E.W., which he helped form, Hickory Hills Veteran's Lodge, and Project 4-22. When he is not appraising or involved in fighting for National Cannabis reform and Veteran's rights, Chris is an avid outdoorsman and loves cooking.
Dr. Corey Burchman is an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and a Clinical Anesthesiologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. A 13-year Navy Veteran, Dr. Burchman is a strong advocate for medical cannabis and has lectured, on a national stage, on the clinical effects of medicinal cannabinoids. He is also a founding partner of The Brain Trust, LLC, a software company involved in educational software for the management and recognition of traumatic brain injury. Dr. Burchman has been a practicing physician for over 30 years and focuses much of his time practicing clinical anesthesia and interventional pain medicine.
MG. Tod Bunting served as the Adjutant General, Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management of Kansas from January 5, 2004, until his retirement on January 8, 2011. He has served since 2015 as Vice Chairman and is now Chairman of SAVE (Service-member Agricultural Vocation Education). He lives in Topeka, Kansas with his wife Barbara, who is a retired high school chemistry and physics teacher.
Frank Kirby has 20 years of service in the United States Army as a pilot. With multiple tours of duty to both Iraq and Afghanistan, Frank noticed after his service that veterans are put on a cycle of medication that can have negative consequences. He founded DustoffO6. Dustoff O6 is a veteran-owned company, proud to serve veterans with the highest quality CBD oil and regenerative medicine products.
Mike Bajuz is a 2016 graduate of West Point and a 2022 graduate of Yale School of Business. He is an immigrant from Slovakia and a conditional dispensary license holder in New Jersey for the Green Knight Dispensary.
Since retiring from the US Army as a Major, Dr. Douchi has dedicated her focus on Federal Defense Contracting and Health IT; lobbying and working closely with industry disruptors to place the best and latest emerging Health Care Technologies in the hands of patients. She received her doctorate in pharmacy from Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions.
As a hospital corpsman in the Vietnam War, he received the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions on May 16, 1968. He believes in the power of cannabis and the positive effect it has on our veteran community. He is also on a mission to help the Unclaimed Heroes Project with the American Legion giving those unclaimed heroes a proper burial.
In 30 plus years of community service, Dan Holinda has held Senior Leadership positions working
with marginalized youth, HIV/AIDS, and cancer. In his 20-year tenure with the Canadian Cancer
Society, Dan was accountable for leading three provinces and two territories and was a member of
the National Executive Leadership Team. A three-time cancer survivor Dan still remains active in-
Since retiring in 2020 Dan continues supporting the Charitable Sector as a consultant and volunteer
and is a proud supporter of Hemp For Victory.