SCHERIL MURRAY POWELL, ESQ.

Scheril Murray Powell, P.A.

Scheril Murray Powell, Esq. is Managing Partner at Scheril Murray Powell, P.A.; General Counsel for Minorities for Medical Marijuana, General Counsel for Patience with Patients, House Counsel for the EOP Foundations Medical Cannabinoid Research and Policy Institute, President of Canna Headhunters, a staffing agency in the cannabis industry that connects cannabis talent to opportunities; is faculty at Clover Leaf University, an accredited University that focuses on cannabis education; and is President of Green Sustainable Strong, LLC, a cannabis consulting firm in Florida. Ms. Murray Powell received her undergraduate degree in Business Management, with a minor in Marketing, from Florida Atlantic University where she was also a Delta Sigma Theta Sorority member. Scheril is a graduate of Florida International University College of Law, Florida Bar Association, Dade County Bar Association, Broward County Bar Association, Palm Beach County Bar Association, and the National Bar Association. She currently serves as the Treasurer of the FIU College of Law Alumni Board and was selected by her peers to speak at the FIU Law Commencement Ceremony.


Scheril has been an honored presenter and asked to speak at numerous cannabis and noncannabis conferences including:

 

South East Cannabis Conference, Canex Jamaica Conference, Cannaday, Detroit’s Canna Con, Boston’s Canna Con, Florida Medical Marijuana Conference, The Marijuana Expo, National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists Joint Conference presenting: “ Exposing the Truth: Getting Access to Audio and Video Evidence in Police Involved Shootings” ; University of Technology Medical Cannabis Integrated Symposium, Florida Cannabis Coalition’s Canna-Ed Conference, Jamaica’s Pharmacological Board Mandatory Meetings, Jamaica Bureau of Standards meetings, Black and Hispanic Pre Law Conference, Diversity Pre Law Conference, HBCU Pre Law Summit and Expo, guest lecturer at Southern University Law School in Baton Rouge, at one of the first undergraduate courses in cannabis curriculum in the United States, and will be a guest presenter at Florida Gulf Coast University lecturing similar undergraduate courses in cannabis.  Read More



Scheril Murray Powell, Esq., Managing Partner at Scheril Murray Powell, P.A.

Scheril Murray Powell, Esq., Managing Partner at Scheril Murray Powell, P.A.

Scheril Murray Powell, Continued

Scheril Murray Powell, P.A.

Scheril Murray Powell, Esq. is Managing Partner at Scheril Murray Powell, P.A.; General Counsel for Minorities for Medical Marijuana, General Counsel for Patience with Patients, House Counsel for the EOP Foundations Medical Cannabinoid Research and Policy Institute, President of Canna Headhunters, a staffing agency in the cannabis industry that connects cannabis talent to opportunities; is faculty at Clover Leaf University, an accredited University that focuses on cannabis education; and is President of Green Sustainable Strong, LLC, a cannabis consulting firm in Florida. Ms. Murray Powell received her undergraduate degree in Business Management, with a minor in Marketing, from Florida Atlantic University where she was also a Delta Sigma Theta Sorority member. Scheril is a graduate of Florida International University College of Law, Florida Bar Association, Dade County Bar Association, Broward County Bar Association, Palm Beach County Bar Association, and the National Bar Association. She currently serves as the Treasurer of the FIU College of Law Alumni Board and was selected by her peers to speak at the FIU Law Commencement Ceremony.


Scheril has been an honored presenter and asked to speak at numerous cannabis and noncannabis conferences including:

 

South East Cannabis Conference, Canex Jamaica Conference, Cannaday, Detroit’s Canna Con, Boston’s Canna Con, Florida Medical Marijuana Conference, The Marijuana Expo, National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists Joint Conference presenting: “ Exposing the Truth: Getting Access to Audio and Video Evidence in Police Involved Shootings” ; University of Technology Medical Cannabis Integrated Symposium, Florida Cannabis Coalition’s Canna-Ed Conference, Jamaica’s Pharmacological Board Mandatory Meetings, Jamaica Bureau of Standards meetings, Black and Hispanic Pre Law Conference, Diversity Pre Law Conference, HBCU Pre Law Summit and Expo, guest lecturer at Southern University Law School in Baton Rouge, at one of the first undergraduate courses in cannabis curriculum in the United States, and will be a guest presenter at Florida Gulf Coast University lecturing similar undergraduate courses in cannabis.


Ms. Murray Powell sits on the Boards of two non-profit organizations: Project 360 Degrees , an advocacy organization for survivors of sex trafficking; and Project Ship Foundation , which guides the youth through the various “ships” of adolescence: “Leadership”, Relationship”, “Entrepreneurship”, “Citizenship”, and “Sportsmanship”; and is a mentor for students of varying and diverse backgrounds. Scheril also serves on the Advisory Board for

Canna Gather Florida and is the regular Cannabis Law expert featured on Cannabis Law Radio every Saturday morning on Cannabis Life Radio, for which she received a Cannabis Business Award. Her law school honors and accomplishments include: Charter President of the Palm Beach ABA Student Organization, Board of Advocates Negotiation Team Coach, Black Law Student Association’s National Board member, FIU Law Intramurals Negotiation Competition Champion 2013, the ABA Southern Region Negotiation Competition Champion Duo, and she and her partner came in 2nd place in the Nelson Mandela International

Negotiation Competition where Scheril was awarded the distinction of “Best Overall Negotiator”. She served as intern at the State Attorney’s office in the 15th Judicial Circuit, Palm Beach County and for two judges of the 17th Judicial Circuit, Broward County and served as an Anti-Defamation League Summer Associate in 2014. Scheril is passionate about eradicating sex trafficking and other social injustice issues such as police brutality and believes that practicing the law and advocacy for the disadvantaged go hand in hand. 


She is an activist and advocate who dedicates her time and resources to promoting awareness, access to educational resources, and support for survivors of domestic violence and trafficking. Her Facebook page, “Police Chronicles”, documents national police interactions with the community. Scheril credits her work ethic, tenacity, persistence, and commitment to excellence to her hard-working and austere parents, James and Judith Hall, of Jamaica. She was taught at a young age that we all have a responsibility to each other and must be the example that tears down stereotypes while opening the door for others to follow in your footsteps. Scheril stays motivated by  remembering that her son, Judah, is watching how she lives her values and “walks the talk” in her daily activities. She believes that every test is for a testimony that will glorify God. If He can do all that He has done for me…imagine His plans for you. (Go Back)

Scheril Murray Powell, Esq.

Scheril Murray Powell, Esq.

GARY RHULE

Golden Bay Developments

Dr. Gary Rhule, Golden Bay Developments

Dr. Gary Rhule, Golden Bay Developments

CHUCK MORGAN

RS2DO

Chuck Morgan is a business development consultant with a strong history in corporate sales, sales team training and development, sales materials development and similar skills required when one represents companies to the world. His skills in visual and oral sales tools have kept him enthused and contributing to numerous companies, small and large. His presence at Invest Caribbean is on behalf of Rs2Do Industries, a US Midwest corporation, with whom he has had a growing fascination with this young company that could actually change the world with its products and services. Rs2Do (i.e., think, Ours to Do) has a rich portfolio of products now coming on to the global market, and Chuck wanted to help one of its founders, Mark Chaffee, when fires and snowstorms made his participation too difficult.

Chuck Morgan, RS2DO

Chuck Morgan, RS2DO