MedMen Hires Veteran HR Executive Continuing Growth

Foster will be MedMen’s new SVP of HR

LOS ANGELES–MedMen Enterprises Inc. (“MedMen” or the “Company”) (CSE: MMEN) (OTCQB: MMNFF) (FSE: A2JM6N) today announced the hiring of Clarence Foster as its new senior vice president of human resources. Foster brings to MedMen more than 20 years of experience across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, consumer products and utilities.

Clarence Foster

Foster was most recently senior director of human resources at Nissan Motors North America with more than 6,500 employees. There, he led a complete redesign of the HR department to be focused on customer service, strategic values and branding. Previously, he was vice president of human resources at Yamaha Motors where he oversaw talent acquisition, employee relations and risk management while building a unified high-performance culture. Foster also has served as human resources director at L’Oreal Cosmetics, McDonald’s and ExxonMobil.

“Human capital is our strongest asset,” said MedMen CEO and co-founder Adam Bierman. “Clarence’s expertise in developing and implementing strategic human resource initiatives aligned with corporate goals and stakeholder interests will help us continue to grow in an efficient manner.”

Foster is a graduate of Kentucky State University and speaks French, Spanish and Japanese. He holds a masters in human resource management and is certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) by the Society of Human Resource Management and as a Certified Personnel Consultant (CPC) by the National Association of Personnel Services.

“It is an honor to join the MedMen team and I look forward to working with our great talented staff and adding more members as we grow this company and the industry,” said Foster.



MedMen Enterprises is a leading cannabis company in the U.S. with assets and operations across the country. Based in Los Angeles, MedMen brings expertise and capital to the cannabis industry and is one of the nation’s largest financial supporters of progressive marijuana laws. Visit


SOURCE: MedMen Enterprises

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