meet the team.

 
 
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Teresa Provenzano

A thirty-year resident of the Bay Area, Teresa has seen a great need for cannabis education in her community. And thus the idea for green point was born.

Teresa wears several hats in her professional life, first as an accountant for the Berkeley Chess School, a nonprofit organization offering chess instruction to thousands of children, from kindergarten to high school. At the nonprofit In Dulci Jubilo, Teresa serves as office manager. Founded in 1978, In Dulci Jubilo has supported the public schools by funding creative teaching and learning projects dedicated to Berkeley’s young people. Teresa also works as Event Manager for Berkeleyside, an independently-owned local news site, reporting on Berkeley and the East Bay.


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Lauren Schiller

Lauren is committed to finding and sharing accurate and actionable information about cannabis in a fun and accessible way.

Lauren created and hosts Inflection Point, a broadcast and podcast from KALW and PRX about how women rise up. Lauren is also the guest moderator for live events at INFORUM, the Commonwealth Club, Women in Product, the Uncharted Berkeley Festival of Ideas and the Bay Area Book Festival.

When not producing her show, or creating events with Teresa and Kim, Lauren is a marketing strategist with a focus on organic food and wellness. In addition to having spent more than twenty years in the advertising business, she served as VP of Marketing for Elephant Pharmacy, a revolutionary Bay Area health and wellness retailer founded in Berkeley.


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Kim Keller

Kim has been curious about ways medicinal cannabis, instead of pharmaceuticals, might improve lives and offer relief to ailments and diseases.

As an editor, managing editor, and bookseller, Kim has been in the book business for more than twenty years. Specializing in children’s literature and nonfiction, Kim enjoys bringing art and words together. When not editing and proofreading, Kim has chaired fundraisers at the public school level, helping raise funds to improve programming for reading and math support, art and science, school gardens and music. Kim moonlights as a chef for her two teenage children, who have a penchant for fresh and delicious meals.