Me Fuimaono-Poe is a Family Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in acute care and outpatient settings. In 2016 she opened the first nurse-led cannabis clinic in Hawaii. Since then, she has certified thousands of patients and created individualized dosing plans based on symptoms and current evidence. Me is passionate about cannabis education and has presented at several professional conferences and expos in Hawaii and in the continental US. Because of the political nature of cannabis. Me is also involved in lobbying at the legislature and has petitioned the State of Hawaii to add more qualifying conditions for cannabis use. She has also presented to the Hawaii Senate, House, and Attorney General about Cannabis and Opiate Use Disorder.
She is currently a professor at Pacific College of Health and Science. She teaches in their medical cannabis certificate program. She is the current state director for M4MM (Minorities for Medical Marijuana)