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Psychedelic Policy Panel [ONLINE]

February 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

by Intercollegiate Psychedelics Network


This panel will feature thought leaders in the area of psychoactive drug policy, namely Hadas Alterman, Hannah Procell, and Scott Cecil.

About this Event

The PsychedelX Policy Panel will explore the past and future of drug policy reform. We will discuss major events of 2020, how to change policy (from coalition building to policy memos), obstacles to affecting policy change, what drug policy work might look like in the coming year, and much more.

We will be joined by the following panelists:

Hadas Alterman: Hadas advises companies on matters of regulatory compliance, policy advocacy, risk management, strategic planning, corporate governance, licensing, and dispute resolution. She served as cannabis counsel to some of the first equity applicants in Oakland, California, and works with legacy growers in the Emerald Triangle on strategies for conveying their policy goals to state regulators. She is the co-founder of Decriminalize Nature NYC, Campaign Director of New Yorkers for Mental Health Alternatives and a Board Member of the Psychedelic Bar Association. She is also on the board of the Brooklyn Psychedelic Society.

Hannah Procell: Bio Pending

Scott Cecil: Bio Pending

This Panel will be moderated by Victor Acero, IPN co-founder and Bioengineering PhD candidate at UPenn.

This panel will be hosted on Zoom. A link to the panel will be sent out to those who registered an hour before the panel begins.

100% of the money raised will go toward developing initiatives and programs within IPN that will serve toward our mission of fostering the “development of students into the next generation of diverse and interdisciplinary leaders in the field of psychedelics.”

Learn more about the Intercollegiate Psychedelics Network and join our mailing list (at the bottom of the site) here: https://www.ipnpsychedelics.org/


February 24
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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