US Cannabis Coalition Adds Rory Riley-Topping to Advisory Board
Rory Riley-Topping Joins Board of US Cannabis Coalition
But not for former US gymnast Rory Riley-Topping, who was named to the board this week.
Rory is a current member of the National Association of Womens’ Gymnastics Judges, a technical delegate and coach for Special Olympics Gymnastics, and a former competitor with USA Gymnastics. In addition, she works professionally to bring accountability to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, having served as an associate counsel to the VA, law clerk to the U.S Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, Staff Director and Counsel to the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, and litigation counsel to the National Veterans Legal Services Program.
She currently works as a government relations and communications consultant on various matters including veterans’ affairs, healthcare, and federal legislative procedure.
“Rory is a really a triple-threat for us and a perfect addition to our growing bi-partisan board,” said co-chair Roger Stone, “Her background as a serious, world-class athlete, her Hill savvy and punditry brings so much to us, and we are grateful for her service and commitment to our good cause.”
The US Cannabis Coalition is a bi-partisan, pro-cannabis non-profit project dedicated to persuading federal decision makers — including the president – to support the states’ rights when it comes to marijuana laws. Co-founded by long time Trump advisor Roger Stone and famed trial attorney and Democratic activist John Morgan, the USCC is a project of the United States Freedom Coalition and notable members include Fox News commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano, HBO’s Bill Maher, Former Congressman and National Co-Chair Republican National Committee Thomas B. Evans, Jr., Former Executive Director American Conservative Union, Christian Josi, CEO of the Coalition for a Strong America, Michael Bowen, Congressman Matt Gaetz of Florida, Curtis Sliwa of the Guardian Angels, Attorney and activist Tyler Nixon, Pastor Mark Burns of South Carolina, Florida State Representative Katie Edwards (D-Broward), Patrick Moore of the California Hemp Project and Senator Diane Savino (D-NY).