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AC Braddock is the CEO of an internationally known and respected 26-year-old technology company that specializes in research and development of products in biofuels, flavorings, environmental remediation, functional foods, cannabis, hemp, natural products, supplements, nutraceuticals, distilling, etc. and has placed hundreds of systems around the world.   While Eden Labs serves many industries, in 2009 Ms. Braddock envisioned that the purity of Supercritical co2 and ethanol derived products would be a necessity for the widespread legalization of medical cannabis. This vision and years of educating and leadership in creating a sustainable and standardized market, laid the foundation for an industry that is growing at an exponential rate and cemented Eden’s reputation for creating an industry in extraction technology that did not previously exist, the commercial extraction of cannabis. 


Today, Eden is one of a handful of international companies that provides the technology and methodology to process tons of material a day and also support small businesses with R&D and small scale systems.  AC’s vision is to strategically expand the use and understanding of plant based medicines and Integrative health though the modern medical movement of individualized medicine driven by genetics.  

Eden Labs has been recognized as one of the top 10 fastest growing women led companies in Seattle, Washington. Her tireless dedication to her company and those it serves has garnered her a reputation as a thought leader in modern business practice, a unifier across industries, and an inspirational speaker in this emerging industry. 


She is past chair of NCIA (National Cannabis Industry Association), on the board of The Cannabis Alliance of Washington state, she serves on the Steering Committee for Green Flower Media, the Board of The Farm in Boulder, CO as well as the Advisory Board for Extraction Magazine. Ms. Braddock is also a founding supporter of three Cannabis Women’s groups and is featured in multiple media outlets and the documentary Women of Weed.