At its regular meeting last week, the National Kratom Coalition appointed new board members. President James Devers turned over the reins of the nonprofit organization to Nina Ajdin of Illinois. Devers said that the change will allow him to focus on NKC’s new parent organization, the National Kratom Education Center, a registered 501(c)(3).
NKC will also be doing business under a new name, Kratom Community Grassroots.
“I am excited to be aligning with an organization that has been so successful in their efforts towards education and legality of Kratom. I look forward to taking this organization under its new flag to the next level of advocacy to preserve the legality of our plant.
Other new board members were appointed to KCG:
Kim DeMott and Amy Hendricks, both from California. They join founding board members Ross Fallacaro, Kate Madsen, Stephanie Brown and Isaac Cubillos.
About the National Kratom Coalition dba Kratom Community Grassroots
The KCG was founded in 2017 and represents thousands of kratom consumers as their advocate. KCG is a 501(c) (4) nonprofit organization, a subsidiary and action group of the National Kratom Education Center. The Kratom Community Grassroots primary goal is to educate the public and legislators on the benefits of the kratom plant, ensure people have legal access to it, develop public policy recommendations so kratom can be used to enrich one’s well-being. For more information, go to www.nationalkratomcoalition.org.