Making Careers in Psychedelics More Accessible
The most prominent voices in the psychedelic space do not adequately represent all who use psychedelics and these discrepancies exist at the earliest stages of psychedelic education. We created a self-nominated public database to easily identify rising leaders from traditionally underrepresented or underserved groups in the psychedelic space (e.g., racial or ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, women, people who identify as LGBTQIA). Our goal is to help organizations, symposium organizers, award committees, search committees, etc. identify psychedelic scientists who can contribute important, unique, and diverse perspectives in the field. If you would like to self-nominate, please click the button below and we will reach out to you shortly. We have also highlighted a few resources here with similar goals:
People of Color Making a Difference in Psychedelic Healing (Chacruna Institute, 2019)
100 Most Influential People In Psychedelics (Psyched Studio, 2021)
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