15 May May 15, 2020 – CBD Joseph Sheehey and Inconvenient Facts Gregory Wrightstone
Joseph Sheehey – CEO and Founding Partner of CURED Nation
Joseph Sheehey is the CEO and Founding Partner of CURED Nutrition, Colorado’s premium provider of hemp-derived CBD products. Following several years as a top-ranked national physique competitor and aerospace engineer, he created the breakout brand CURED which has positively impacted tens of thousands of lives across the nation. After leaving the corporate aerospace world and working for companies such as Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Joseph decided to create his own space. Sheehey’s strong belief in our connection to nature drives his everyday purpose and has lead to his incredible brand success. Their Colorado-based organically grown hemp products have been engineered to transform their customers’ approach toward an elevated life. Joe also hosts the weekly podcast, CURED Collective, which is dedicated to sharing the stories and lessons of those that align with his mission.
Gregory Wrightstone – Best-Selling Author of Inconvenient Facts
Gregory Wrightstone is a geologist with more than 35 years of experience researching and studying various aspects of the Earth’s processes. He is a geologist and author of the bestselling book, Inconvenient Facts: the science that Al Gore doesn’t want you to know. His smartphone app, Inconvenient Facts, puts useful information in the palm of your hand and is approaching 50,000 downloads. As a strong proponent of the scientific process, Gregory is a leading voice in the large and growing climate change skeptic community. He is a Senior Fellow at the Cornwall Alliance and is an Advisory Board member of the Heartland Institute. His findings have allowed him to speak at many venues around the world including Ireland, England, China and most recently India. He believes that we should use all of the Earth’s resources for the betterment of mankind, while doing it as good stewards. Gregory is a strong proponent of the scientific process and believes that policy decisions should be driven by science, facts and data, not a political agenda.