Keith W. Cooper Chief Executive Officer


Mr. Cooper serves as the CEO of Revolutionary Clinics, and is on the Board of Managers. Mr. Cooper, a serial entrepreneur, has served as the President and/or CEO of six tech companies over the past 30 years. Prior to RC, Keith was CEO of Constant Therapy (CT), a company revolutionizing the treatment of neurological disorders using science-based digital therapy on mobile devices.  CT was acquired by a Private Equity firm in 2017. Prior to that, Keith was CEO of Connotate (web Big Data aggregation), President of Carbonite (#9 on the Inc. 500 list, Best Places to Work in Boston, Most Innovative Companies in New England, NASDAQ:CARB), CEO of webHancer (acquired by Microsoft), CEO of FaxNet (acquired by Critical Path) and GM of Trans National Communications (#12 on the Inc. 500 list).

A graduate of Harvard Business School (1988) and Harvard College (1983, President of the Harvard Rugby Club), Keith lives in Wayland, MA, is married and has two young adult sons.    

G. Ryan Ansin Co-Founder and Managing Director

Ryan Ansin is a serial entrepreneur who has been involved in the cannabis industry for more than three years, and he is one of the founders of the Company. Mr. Ansin has traveled all over the US and Europe searching for the latest technology in the cannabis industry, and he has to led the technology development deployed in the state-of-the-art Fitchburg facility. Mr. Ansin is active in all aspects of the business and has accumulated vast contacts within the industry. Mr. Ansin is President of Greenwich-based Family Office Association and has built a portfolio of early and growth-stage investments in technology, real estate, biotech, and ethical fashion.   

Mindaugas Maciulis Chief Operating Officer


Min is responsible for leading the operations function at Revolutionary Clinics with a focus on enhancing efficiency in product and supply chain management and innovative new product development efforts.

Min comes to Revolutionary Clinics from Kohler Company where he recently managed distribution of Kitchen and Bath Products overseeing multiple Distribution Centers throughout the US with over 200,000 different items. Prior to Kohler, Min led numerous operations teams at DHL serving companies such as Philips, Medtronic, and Proctor & Gamble. Min is excited to join the team where he plans to bring his expertise in Operations and Supply Chain as we continue to grow the company and bring new products to our customers.

Min has a Master’s in Business Administration from UMASS Lowell and has recently completed the Supply Chain Executive Program at Michigan State University.

Tom Schneider Chief Marketing Officer


Tom Schneider is a marketing executive with 30 years of experience in building companies through branding and delivering integrated marketing ecosystems and business strategies for midsize to Fortune 500 companies. Tom believes that great marketing should be steeped in customer and competitor insights, to create the brand, drive awareness, generate leads, develop new business and inevitably guide product evolution. Prior to joining Revolutionary Clinics, Tom founded and sold three marketing agencies, and, most recently, was Chief Marketing Officer of Target Logistics, a multinational provider of workforce housing. In 2013, Target Logistics was named one of America's fastest-growing private companies by Inc. Magazine. Tom and his partners drove the value of the company from $25 million to a total acquisition value of $625 million in three years.

Brad Miller Chief Financial Officer


Brad Miller is a finance executive with thirty years of experience leading medium-sized to large organizations through periods of rapid growth and transformation. Mr. Miller’s expertise spans finance, administration, M&A, corporate strategy, treasury, operations, systems, and information technology.  He has led the finance organization in four public companies and four private-equity backed technology companies.  He has led four successful exits with a total value exceeding $2 billion. Most recently, Mr. Miller served as the CFO of PeopleFluent, which was acquired by Learning Technologies Group, Ltd., a publicly traded company in the UK.  Mr. Miller began his career as a CPA at Coopers & Lybrand and has received degrees from the College of William & Mary and the University of New Hampshire.

Scott Murphy Vice President, Compliance and Security

Mr. Murphy is responsible for all compliance and security activities. In this capacity, he works closely with state and local officials to ensure that relevant laws and regulations are being complied with, while also overseeing employee and inventory safety and controls. Scott was instrumental in getting two Massachusetts medical marijuana organizations regulatory approval for their policies and procedures, multiple architectural reviews, and Final Certificate of Registration. He oversaw multiple departments in the production aspect and helped establish best practices around biosecurity and compliance.

Christine Champagne Director of Cultivation

Christine Champagne is a Cultivation/Production Specialist who has been involved in the Green Industry for more than 30 years, with a primary focus on enhancing plant propagation that improves plant growth rates, yields, and quality while reducing labor and other production costs. Ms. Champagne has developed training courses and methodologies and has implemented them with industry leaders, with increased production output and quality, while simultaneously lowering production unit costs. Ms. Champagne takes an integrated product management approach that incorporates standard production procedures at all touch points of the production cycle.

Jonathan Vance Director of Wholesale Operations


Jon is a Veteran and a business professional with 10+ years of experience involving international C-Level Strategy & Operations, Team Building & Management, Sales, Finance & Human Resources. Jonathan has been working in Cannabis real estate and market analysis in pursuit of licensing for a retail dispensary business and joined the Rev Clinics team through the ASPIRE Program.

Prior to participating in the Cannabis industry Jonathan was CEO of a microinsurance company in Papua New Guinea that specialized in providing policies for families living on less than $10 a day, which in partnership with the PNG and Australian Governments and the United Nations, played a role in improving regional financial inclusion.


Shaka Ramsay Director of Retail Operations


Shaka has been a leader in Boston retail for 20 years, working  with established brands to drive business to greater heights, and leading the way into new markets by using his unique ability to identify, predict and create trends. During his tenure as Creative Director for The Tannery and Concepts, Shaka vaulted The Tannery into top-five rankings nationally for independent retailers, and led Concepts to an international expansion and an Independent Retailer of the Year award. Shaka also has extensive background in luxury fashion and retail, having held leadership positions in companies such as Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo and Gucci. He launched his own concept store, which combined fashion, food and art, to great critical acclaim, receiving five Best of Boston awards.

Dan Gillan Lab Manager


A native of Massachusetts, Dan has been working in the regulated cannabis industry in both California and Massachusetts since 2016 with a hyper focus in leading cannabis extraction techniques and MIP manufacturing. Previous to starting and operating a California cannabis business, Dan founded and operated a Boston based media production company which developed his passion for entrepreneurial endeavors. In 2013, a motor vehicle accident left Dan in critical condition with four broken vertebrae in his spine. Cannabis has been a huge part of his journey to healing and ignited a new passion. Dan’s dedication to helping people, combined with his expertise in cannabis science, personal story, and his entrepreneurial spirit, makes him a perfect fit in this rapidly emerging industry.