MARQUETTE, MICH. | JULY 6, 2022 – The Fire Station Cannabis Co.’s Human Resources Director, Carlee Wasik, has been accepted to serve on the Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency’s (CRA) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Workgroup (DEIW). This group will meet once a month and work to guide the CRA on issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion while empowering their stakeholders.
“In my role of Human Resources Director at The Fire Station Cannabis Co., I strive to foster a diverse, nondiscriminatory and unbiased work environment,” shared Wasik. “At TFS, we advocate heavily for the inclusion and equality of all walks of life, and I’m excited to bring the perspective of Upper Peninsula residents to this workgroup.”
Prior to her role with The Fire Station, Wasik worked at Michigan State University Extension supporting elderly and disabled populations. At MSUE she participated in an immersive multicultural self-awareness workshop that provided her with a framework on difficult multicultural discussions. At The Fire Station, Wasik has been involved with establishing a partnership with the Potawatomi Hannahville Indian Community, supporting local non-profit organizations such as Social Justice for Us, and sponsoring the U.P. Pride Fest in Marquette, Mich.
Wasik is the chair of TFS’s Employee Engagement Committee and is an active member of Connect Marquette.
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