Advisors & Representatives
Army Combat Medic, Founder of Decriminalize Nature Albuquerque & Board member of Decriminalize Psychedelics New Mexico. Instructor for cannabis health courses at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Psychology Department, co-facilitator for Psychedelic Legacy, an online, 10-week synchronous psychedelic incubator course for BIPOC folks. Joaquin is also a research assistant for UNM’s College of Population Health, developing interventions targeting key social determinants of health in New Mexico. Seeking to improve psychedelic ecosystems by promoting sacred and responsible relationships to plant medicines, and to support psychedelic networks that are generative for radical re-imagining.
Professor Hailey Maria Salazar (She/Ella/Aapo)
Artist, Activist, Medicine Keeper & Humanities faculty at Evergreen State College in the Native Pathways Program. Hailey Maria also serves as a board director of Copyleft Cultivars, a nonprofit working to preserve and protect vulnerable plants through copyleft, education, and research.
Marine Veteran & lead therapist who worked on the first psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy trials at the VA & the first MDMA-assisted group therapy trials w/ MAPS at the Portland VA.
(She, They, Them)
Air Force Intelligence Analyst, Holistic Health and Wellness Practitioner who provides accessible, inclusive, and continuously decolonized healing and wellness support, counseling, and resource connection for LGBTQ+, QTBIPOC; Global Indigenous, AAPI and clients of Color; marginalized communities through Specialized PTSD, trauma wellness programming; LGBTQ+ education and support; intersectional racial justice; Native Reconnection.
Representative & Leader of HAAVF Utah
Army, 3rd Special Forces Group, Advocate for Decriminalization of Plant Medicine
Navy, AE1 AW USN-Ret, Mother, Doula, Life & Fitness Coach and Natural Medicine Advocate
Army Combat Medic, Advocate for the Legalization of Consciousness