Robert Beasley, a native Floridian, co-founded the law firm of Litvak, Beasley Wilson & Ball in 2001. As a consultant, Robert has advised multiple parties to obtain cannabis licenses and create related financing facilities in Florida, Oregon, California, and Washington, D.C.
Also, Robert has participated in the design and construction of five cannabis cultivation and processing facilities, served as Board of Manager of the leading independent cannabis physician clinic group in Florida, and participated in the legislative and rulemaking process related to Florida’s Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act. In 2016 Robert contributed to the Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative, also known as Amendment 2.
Patricia Fonseca joined Cansortium in March 2021 as Chief Financial Officer. Patricia has nearly 20 years of experience in accounting and finance, in both public and private corporations.
Prior to joining Consortium, Patricia spent ten years at The Service Companies, Inc., a nationwide service provider to the hospitality, gaming, and facility services industries, most recently as its Chief Financial Officer. Previously, she worked at Springs Global US and Ernst & Young in the Transactions Advisory Services group. Before this, she spent eight years in the audit functions of BDO in the US and Australia, and Deloitte & Touche in Brazil. Mrs. Fonseca is a Certified Public Accountant in both the United States and Brazil.
Natalia Velasco is the Chief People Officer at FLUENT, she joined the Company in October of 2017 and with over nineteen years in finance and HR management. She graduated from Montclair University with a bachelor’s in Business Administration and is certified in Human Resources Management from the University of Miami.
Before joining FLUENT Natalia was the Director of Human Resources at CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) for five years. In this capacity she led and managed the HR functions and influenced and shaped the culture for the Confederations national associations in 41 countries and its employees based in the United States, Cayman Islands, Jamaica and Guatemala. During her tenure at CONCACAF, she implemented training and development, designed an executive compensation plan and adopted and established HR industry policy standards, changes and trends.