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Brad Rowe

Adjunct Faculty
School of Public Policy

Biography

Brad Rowe is the chief executive officer of BOTEC Analysis. He oversaw the completion of projects on violence reduction for the Office of the Attorney General State of Mississippi, cannabis and hemp policy for Jamaica, community supervision for the Office of the Commissioner of Probation of Massachusetts, medical cannabis market measurement for the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board, field research in lower-income neighborhoods for Uber Technologies Inc., and the Cannabis Science and Policy Summit for New York University. He has also had a multifaceted career in the entertainment industry for 17 years with a filmography that includes almost 100 titles. Rowe's content production spanned multiple platforms, including serving as producer and host of MIPtalk.com's Conversations with the World's Most Interesting People and producing two dozen documentary tribute films for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and philanthropic organizations. During his time at the University of California, Los Angeles, Rowe was awarded the Ann C. Rosenfield Fellowship for his work with the United Way of Greater Los Angeles on educational attainment.

Education

  • MPP, University of California, Los Angeles
  • BA, Political Sciences, Business, University of Wisconsin

Topics

  • Cannabis Policy
  • Content Production
  • Criminal Justice
  • Violence Reduction