Committed to Best Practices and Diversity

while Serving Patients





Introducing SusqueCanna Pharma

On April 17, 2016 Governor Tom Wolf signed into law the “Medical Marijuana Act,” overwhelmingly supported by both the Pennsylvania House (149 vs. 46) and Senate (40 vs. 7). The Act establishes a framework for taxing, cultivating, and dispensing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania, including rules for patient and caregiver certification and for medical marijuana organizations.

Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act is one of the most comprehensive medical marijuana programs in the United States and patients of the Commonwealth with one of seventeen (17) serious medical conditions may be eligible to include medical marijuana in their treatment, with a physician recommendation.

SusqueCanna Pharma is a company committed to cultivating and dispensing high-quality medical marijuana in safe, compliant, and environmentally low-impact ways to residents in south central Pennsylvania. SusqueCanna Pharma is also committed to diversity.



Executive Team

Meg Golden, Chief Executive Officer
As an entrepreneur, Meg Golden built a wholesale gardening center into the 3rd largest water plant wholesaler in the eastern United States, she created holistic fitness centers in Pennsylvania, Wyoming, and Texas, and she worked one-on-one with professional athletes as well as with physically handicapped veterans. Ms. Golden’s success was built on her strengths of indentifying top talent, motivating people, and her ability to generate sales.  Ms. Golden is a sought-after business advisor with oil and gas executives throughout the country.


Jim Gehr, Chief Financial Officer
Jim Gehr has spent the past thirty years of his career in executive and leadership positions working with Fortune 500 companies and built a division from $0 revenues to over $1 billion in revenues within a decade.  Mr. Gehr and his team have specialized in Storing, Shipping and Securing Controlled Substances, including Pharmaceuticals (inclusive of Schedule 1 Narcotics), Alcohol (inclusive of sprits, wine, & beer), and Munitions (guns, weapons, & ammunition), in accordance with federal, state, and provincial regulations.


Kay To, Chief Operations Officer
Kay To brings immense operations management and compliance experience to SQCP that includes years of experience in the Medical Marijuana industry in Colorado.  Ms To has an M.B.A. with an emphasis in Operations Management and a post-graduate certificate from MIT Sloan School of Business.  She has spent over 20 years in Healthcare Operations, working with large national healthcare systems grow and manage decentralized, multi-facility teams create process and procedures to ensure operational success while helping them navigate strict local and federal compliance regulations.  Ms To is intimately familiar with traversing operational budgeting and forecasting.  Additionally, she is a life-long patient advocate encouraging patient-concentric practices and compassion.


Brian Cung, Chief Horticulturist
Successful entrepreneur with over 15 years of marijuana industry experience and has honed turnkey "Seed-to-Sale" operations, including facilities construction and retail delivery.  Brian Cung has dedicated himself to elevating plant genetics and refining all aspects of plant nutrition and grow environment to consistently produce award-caliber potency levels and efficient cultivation operations to reliably produce more product yield per light.  Mr. Cung is intimately involved in daily cultivation and retail activities and prides himself on being at the forefront of industry trends.


Kevin Kimener, Director of Security
As a veteran Officer of the U.S., Marine Corp, Kevin Kimener is experienced in top level evaluations, recommendations, and strategic planning.  Mr. Kimener has a strong background in analytical assessment, mission based training development and hands-on instruction.


Brian Vicente, Compliance Advocate
Brian Vicente, Esq., is a partner and founding member of Vicente Sederberg LLC. He served as the co-director of the Amendment 64 campaign and was one of the primary authors of this historic measure, which resulted in Colorado becoming the first state in the nation – and the first geographic area in the world – to make the possession, use, and regulated distribution of marijuana legal for adults.  Mr. Vicente also serves as executive director of Sensible Colorado, the state's leading non-profit working for medical marijuana patients and providers.  He was given the Gideon award for his free speech advocacy during the 2008 Democratic National Convention.  In 2010, Mr. Vicente was elected the first-ever chair of the National Cannabis Industry Association, the only trade association in the U.S. that works to advance the interests of marijuana-related businesses on the national level.  He was the chair of the Committee for Responsible Regulation, which coordinated the successful 2013 campaign to implement statewide excise and sales taxes on the sale of adult-use marijuana in Colorado and was awarded the Justice Gerald Le Dain Award for Achievement in the Field of Law that same year.  Mr. Vincente has conducted over 1000 interviews in local, state and national press regarding marijuana policy, and in 2014 The Guardian (UK) dubbed him "the industry's de facto spokesman." Vicente's expertise in marijuana policy is highly sought after, and has led to him serving as a formal advisor to local, state, and federal governments—most recently he assisted with Uruguay becoming the first country in the world to fully-regulate the adult marijuana market.  Brian serves on the board of directors for a number of state and national non-profit organizations including the SAFER Voter Education Fund and the Harm Reduction Action Center.  Vicente graduated from the University of Denver Law School on a full merit scholarship where he clerked for outspoken social critic, Senior Federal Judge John L. Kane.