Natalie Lyla Ginsberg
Natalie Lyla Ginsberg co-founded the Jewish Psychedelic Summit. She is the Director of Policy & Advocacy at the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), where she works to disentangle science from political partisanship, and to create safe, equitable and regulated access to psychedelics, and all criminalized substances.
Mitchell Gomez is a graduate of New College of Florida (whose Alumni included the founders of Erowid, MAPS and the Zendo Project), and has his Masters from CU Denver.
Paula Graciela Avila Kahn
Paula [Pow-la] is a performance artist and movement strategist working at the intersections of indigenous rights, racial justice, migrant & environmental justice, drug policy, feminism, historical memory, decarceration, demilitarization and healing justice.
Rabbi Arthur Green
Art Green is a student and teacher of the Jewish mystical tradition, as well as a neo-Hasidic theologian, for over fifty years. His 1968 essay "Notes from the Jewish Underground: On Psychedelics and Kabbalah" was one of the first things published on this topic.
Ethan Nadelmann PhD
Ethan has played a leading role in harm reduction and other drug policy reform efforts in the United States and globally since the late 1980s.
Rachel Wissner is the Director of Development and Communications of Students for Sensible Drug Policy.