Founder and CEO, Canna Angels, LLC
Sherri Haskell, Founder & CEO of CannaAngels LLC, is an entrepreneur and financial industry trailblazer who has excelled as a Registered Investment Advisor, stockbroker, and funds manager. Throughout her career Ms. Haskell has earned 3 SEC securities licenses (series 7, 63 and 65), won top performer recognition in multiple capacities, launched her own hedge fund and financial services company; Capital Dynamics LLC, and raised over $175 million in capital. Her far-reaching financial, securities, and marketing acumen have been integral to the launch and fulfillment of dozens of private equity funds.
Her approach - uniquely blending technical analysis with strong intuition and integrity - led to an entire chapter devoted to her methods in the financial bestseller, Entries and Exits by Alexander Elder (Wiley).
Ms. Haskell founded CannaAngels LLC after witnessing first-hand the innovation and eclecticism among cannabis startups. As an alternative investment leader, she enforces disciplined curation to vet companies, structure deals, raise capital, and establish trust. As cannabis has transitioned from the underground to the mainstream, Ms. Haskell and her accomplished team are positioned and recognized as the premier resource to deliver a unique blend of investment intelligence, technical savvy, and steadfast integrity to this burgeoning industry.
The Canna Angels portfolio currently holds 47 select companies; advancing strategically and garnering extensive market share. Several of these enterprises are scaling to achieve international reach. Three have enjoyed exits (CSE and acquisition), many have been funded by venture capital, and others are well on their way in secondary offerings.
Based in Sausalito, CA, Ms. Haskell has been an active participant in several Bay Area angel groups and is involved in multiple community organizations including over sixteen years as a mentor with Big Brothers, Big Sisters. She is a passionate equestrian who has won competitive ribbons and ridden in eleven countries.