Sebastien Cotte became actively involved in the field of medical marijuana in 2013 while seeking alternative treatments for his son Jagger’s, rare terminal Mitochondrial disease.
In 2014, with his wife Annett, they became medical refugees in Colorado to access cannabis oil for Jagger.
Sebastien received a bachelor degree in international business from the University of Indianapolis and has over 15 years of business experience at several Fortune 500 companies. His areas of expertise include: human resources, training, process improvements, sales management, customer care, marketing, brand building, etc. Sebastien also completed a Medical Marijuana certification program offered by American for Safe Access and the Cannabis Training Institute and is in the process of finishing a few more industry certifications. He serves as an ambassador for the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation and is one of the co-founder of Georgia’s Hope, the leadership parent group that was successful in getting a Medical Cannabis law passed in Georgia. (HB1 Haleigh’s Hope).
Sebastien is the national business/education director and a board member for the Flowering Hope Foundation (a 501c no for profit that provides education and patient support for Haleigh’s Hope-Cannatol products). He is also on the board of advisor of MDherb, a cannabis education website and the VP of the “Talk to the 6630507 hand” campaign which aim at de-scheduling cannabis. In his free time, Sebastien is a guest host of the Cannatics political show on Millennium Grown Broadcast Network.
Director and Board Member for the Flowering Hope Foundation