Governor Lombardo announces Adriana Guzman Fralick as new Chair of Cannabis Compliance Board
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 17, 2023
CARSON CITY, NV – Today, Governor Joe Lombardo announced Adriana Guzmán Fralick as the new Chair of the Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB). Guzmán Fralick was initially appointed by Governor Lombardo to the CCB in January 2023.
“I’m excited to appoint Adriana as the Chair of the Cannabis Compliance Board,” said Governor Joe Lombardo. “Adriana has shown excellent judgment and demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of industry issues throughout her career and time on the board, and I’m confident in her ability to lead the board into the future.”
Governor Lombardo thanked the Hon. Michael Douglas for his service as outgoing chair and for his continued service on the board, saying, “I’m grateful for Michael’s leadership and vision during his time as Chair of the CCB, and I look forward to his continued service on the board moving forward.”
Raised in northern Nevada and now a Reno-based attorney, Guzmán Fralick has an extensive record of public service in Nevada. Guzmán Fralick’s legal and regulatory experience spans across several state agencies and offices, including Governor Jim Gibbon’s administration, the Nevada Commission on Ethics, the Nevada Public Utilities Commission, the Nevada Gaming Commission, and the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
With Guzmán Fralick as chair, Riana Durrett will now serve as the Vice Chair of the CCB. First appointed to the CCB in 2020, Durrett previously served as the Executive Director of the Nevada Dispensary Association (NDA) for six years. Durrett sits on the board of the Nevada Taxpayers Association and serves as a Ex Post Officio member to the Cannabis Law Section. Durrett is licensed to practice law in Nevada and California, and she received her J.D. from William S. Boyd School of Law.