5.02 Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers, Compensatory Arrangements
with Certain Officers
Operating Officer/Director Resignation of D. Scott Karnedy (Social Life Network, Inc. and MjLink.com, Inc.)
May 10, 2019, D. Scott Karnedy resigned as our Chief Operating Officer /Director, which resignation was not in connection with
any disagreement with our management regarding us, our operations, policies or practices.
May 10, 2019, D. Scott Karnedy resigned as the Chief Operating Officer/Director of MjLink.com, Inc. (“MjLink”), our
wholly-owned subsidiary, which resignation was not in connection with any disagreement with MjLink’s management regarding
MjLink, its operations, policies or practices.
Board of Directors (the “Board”) and MjLink’s Board of Directors, respectively, accepted D. Scott Karnedy’s
resignation as our Chief Operating Officer/Director and MjLink’s Chief Operating Officer/Director.
Operating Officer/Director Appointment of George Jage (Social Life Network, Inc. and MjLink.com, Inc.)
May 10, 2019, our Board appointed George Jage as our Chief Operating Officer/Director. On May 10, 2019, MjLink’s Board of
Directors appointed George Jage as its Chief Operating Officer/Director.
of George Jage
Jage has been the President of MjLink.com,Inc., our wholly owned subsidiary, since January 2, 2019. George Jage has more than
25 years of experience as an owner, founder, and fast-growth specialist in the publishing, events, and media industries. He has
received awards and recognitions including Gourmet News Top 20 under 40 (2006); InBusiness magazine’s Nevada Entrepreneur
Award (2008); UNLV Jerry Valen Award of Distinction (2010); Tradeshow Executive’s Tradeshow Elite (2013) and was featured
on the cover of Tradeshow Executive in May 2017. He served on the Board of Directors for the Society of Independent Show Organizers
(SISO) from 2009 through 2014 and chaired the SISO Executive Conference in 2010, 2011, and 2013.
mid-2017, George Jage joined Dope Media as the Chief Executive Officer at the bequest of the investors to recapitalize the business
from Dope’s early fast-growth trajectory. Within 6 months, George secured 3 parties to tender offers for the acquisition
of the business, and following the completion of a PCAOB-compliance audit, sold the assets of Dope Media to Trans High Corporations
(High Times) in October 2018.
2014, George Jage joined an emerging start-up publisher in the hyper-competitive cannabis markets as President of Marijuana Business
Daily. In 3 years, he grew the businesses revenue, profitability and its flagship event, Marijuana Business Conference and Expo,
which was named the fastest-growing Tradeshow in the entire U.S. in 2015 and the fastest-growing Semiannual Tradeshow in the U.S.
in 2016 by Tradeshow Executive Magazine. The Company was named as #304 to Inc.’s 500 fastest growing company list in 2016.
Jage built, owned and operated two business media companies with successful exits with the Off-Price Specialist Show and World
Tea Media from 1993 through 2012. World Tea Media included World Tea Expo, World Tea East, North American Tea Championship, World
Tea News, and World Tea Academy. World Tea Expo was named as a Fastest 50 growing events by Tradeshow Week in 2006, 2008, and