Senior consultant, Dario Jeginovic. Standing next to the company logo that reads Canndelta.

Dario Jeginovic, M.Sc.

Senior Consultant

Dario Jeginovic, MSc, is a Senior Consultant and Manager at CannDelta. He offers clients invaluable support in regulatory affairs, quality assurance, and strategy across various sectors, including cannabis, controlled substances, and natural health products. Dario has managed and overseen a client portfolio of over 150 licensed companies across Canada, the U.S., and abroad, demonstrating expertise in areas such as licensing applications, management, compliance, standard operating procedures, audits, and providing comprehensive regulatory strategy to stakeholders at various organizational levels. He leads a multidisciplinary team of experts, assisting clients from ideation stage to commencing operations to future phase strategies. His regulatory knowledge has led to various speaking and teaching engagements, including instructing the Cannabis Law program at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. His technical expertise, paired with a client-centric approach, enhances the diverse and capable team at CannDelta. Before joining CannDelta, Dario served as a Scientific Consultant for a leading Canadian cannabis law firm assisting with technical document writing and application development in the early days of legalization. Prior to that, he acted as Lead Operator and Analytical Chemist for the Mass Spectrometry department at a renowned Canadian research chemical company. Shifting focus from pharmaceuticals to cannabis and controlled substances due to their medicinal potential, he has since provided expert regulatory and scientific consulting services to clients while helping navigate complex regulatory frameworks and achieving business goals for the past 5 years. Dario received his MSc from the University of Toronto, specializing in nanomedicines for oncology. His passion for organic chemistry led him to earn his H.BSc in chemistry from York University, where he studied palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions.