Wesley B. Dunn, Esq.

Principal, Wesley Dunn is a 1978 Emory Law School Graduate. Wesley is licensed to practice in Georgia and the District of Columbia. He is member of the State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta Bar Association, D.C. Bar Association and is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Georgia and the United States Supreme Court. Wesley was elected to the Georgia General Assembly in 1982 and began a decade of distinguished service in the House of Representatives, serving on the powerful Rules and Rules Changes Sub-committee, Appropriations (Vice-Chair General Government Sub-committee), Banking, Industry, Regulated Industries, and as Chair of the Insurance Committee.  As a lobbyist, his successes in the passage of statutory legislation and appropriation allocations have been unprecedented.  His work and experience in the fields of biofuels and bio-feedstocks legislation and agency regulation, alcoholic beverage regulation, banking, business, insurance, taxation, and utility regulation including bio power is unrivaled. He was part of the team that worked to pass Cannabis and Hemp legislation in Georgia.  However, his expertise is not limited to legislative issues. As for government contract procurement, he is responsible for garnering the largest single state contract in Georgia history. He is an AV rated attorney by Martindale Hubbard and also a member of its Preeminent Attorneys List. He has a Cannabis focused law firm dealing with all aspects of the Cannabis industry and is the co-founder of Safe Access For Everyone (SAFE), a non-profit organization dedicated to safe access to medical cannabis for everyone, where he serves as Chairman of the Board

Michele R. Dunn, MPA

Michele Dunn is a graduate of Indiana University-Purdue University Center for Philanthropy and Non-Profit Management.  Her undergraduate studies include emphasis in both public relations and communications. Her vast career experience includes association management, legislative representation, grassroots organization, grant writing- with client awards of over $5 million, and association development.  She successfully works with organizations and associations to provide governmental representation at the state and federal levels.  She was part of the team that worked to pass Cannabis and Hemp legislation in Georgia. Her clients include cities, counties, foundations, associations, and corporate entities.  She has successfully championed appropriations allocations, including healthcare, bio-fuel and bio-feedstocks, transportation projects, and land management use issues.  She is also the co-founder of Safe Access For Everyone, (SAFE), a non-profit organization dedicated to safe access to medical cannabis for everyone.

Jacob. A. Eassa, Esq.

Jacob holds a Juris Doctor from Georgia State University’s College of Law and was admitted to the Georgia Bar in the Fall of 2019. He also has a Business Management degree from Texas Tech University. Jacob’s career in Georgia politics is based upon diverse experiences that contribute to his unique skill-set. His time under the Gold Dome has allowed him to work on numerous public policy issues, advising and assisting legislators to craft and pass legislation to benefit Georgia’s citizens. Jacob provides his clients with extensive experience developing and executing strategies to advocate on difficult issues. Jacob’s understanding of the Georgia political process and ability to shape public policy through his connections with legislators on both sides of the aisle are valuable assets in a rapidly evolving political climate. Jacob worked hand in hand with Representative Allen Peake to craft and pass Georgia’s first medical cannabis cultivation bill through the House of Representatives in 2016. Later, he helped pass historic legislation establishing the qualifying medical conditions included in Georgia’s Low THC Oil program. Most recently, Jacob again helped craft and shepherd legislation allowing for the cultivation of medical cannabis in Georgia.

Laura Register

Senior Policy Advisor

Laura has been active in local politics since she moved to the South Georgia community of Grady County in 1992. She is a graduate of Mercer University and holds a B.S. in Computer Science. She is also a graduate of the Georgia Academy of Economic Development and an Education Policy Fellow with the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education. She has been an elected member of the Grady County Board of education for 13 years- finishing her final term in December 2019.  She has worked on state-wide issues, which include but not limited to, public education, teen pregnancy prevention, and women’s health. She has worked on several state-wide campaigns as a Rural Advisor. She is currently the Chair of Georgia’s WINList. During the last Georgia General Assembly Legislative Session she worked with Senator Jen Jordan as a legislative and political adviser, focusing on rural and education issues.