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About Let's Be Clear, GA

Started by our dedicated and visionary leader, Dr. Gregg Raduka, Let's Be Clear, GA has grown into an impactful statewide collaborative. We emphasize transparency in everything we do, setting bold goals and pursuing a clear strategy that seeks to educate Georgians on the facts surrounding today's marijuana. We are constantly growing and adapting to the changes of the marijuana landscape in Georgia, and invite you to learn more about how you can make a positive impact in your community.


Dr. Gregg Raduka, Founder & Current Board Member

Why Marijuana? Why Now?

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From the 1960s through the 80s, the THC content in marijuana was less than 2%. In the 90s it rose to 4%. As recently as 2020, THC content had risen to 17-28% and can be even higher (up to 98%) in concentrated products. The increased potency has been associated with increased risk of addiction and worsening mental health problems. Mixed messages about the pros and cons of marijuana have increased as more states have legalized. Let's Be Clear, GA relies on the latest research and scientific evidence to inform others of the most up-to-date facts.

Meet the Board of Directors


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President: Kaitlin Burkly, ICPS
Vice-Pres.: Kristie Brantley, BA
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Secretary: Anastasia Frimpong, BS, CP
Treasurer: Belle Mathis
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Alyse Hensel, CP
Melinda Shealey
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Teresa Carter, M.Ed. MNLM
Gregg Raduka, PhD ICPS
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Delores Anderson, MS

Emma Sinkfield, B.A., ICPS

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Katrisha Williams, M.S.
Kiva Hall-Brady, M.A., LPC
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Amy Szoka, ICPS
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Meet the LBCG Staff

This is the team for LBCG. We are small but mighty. We strive to make a difference in marijuana prevention throughout the state of Georgia. We hope to educate about the potential harms of marijuana and hemp-derived THC use and improve lives by building mental health, supporting those who are addicted, and changing our communities for the better.

Charlotte Spell, Executive Director
Aubrie Pankau, Project Director

Charlotte Spell, MS, CP   

Charlotte Spell is a Certified Prevention Specialist with just over 20 years of experience in substance use and suicide prevention. Ms. Spell consulted with the City of Fayetteville to draft its public health-focused marijuana decriminalization ordinance. She has served as the Project Coordinator of multiple community-based coalition efforts in Bulloch County. Away from the office, Charlotte enjoys spending with her family, cat, puppy, and 12 chickens!

Aubrie Pankau    

Aubrie Pankau is the Project Director for Let's Be Clear Georgia. She has worked in prevention since she was in high school. Currently, she helps the homeless people in her community. She has many animals including 5 cats and 2 dogs, which you'll see in LBCG social media.

“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.”

William James

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