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    Elise Szabo

    Presentation: "Investing in Intergenerational Wisdom” Elise Szabo (they/them or she/her) is a Movement Building Fellow with Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), working out of the Oakland, CA office and supporting young people organizing to end drug criminalization. Elise began their work in the world of drug policy reform in high school, after writing a research paper on the use of psychedelics in therapy. After their leadership with an SSDP chapter while studying Philosophy and engaging in various areas of student activism at Kent State University, Elise served on SSDP's student-le
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    Madalyn McElwain

    Madalyn is a lawyer and activist, drug policy reformer, and harm reductionist. She serves as Chief Legal & Financial Officer for DanceSafe, a 501(c)(3) public health organization that promotes health and safety in the electronic music and nightlife communities. In her role at DanceSafe, she advocates for the safer consumption of drugs by providing resources and peer education on outreach at music festivals and nightlife events, in addition to various organizational and operational duties. Madalyn’s involvement in drug policy and harm reduction began in 2012 as Director of her law scho
  3. Madalyn is a lawyer and activist, drug policy reformer, and harm reductionist. She serves as Chief Legal & Financial Officer for DanceSafe, a 501(c)(3) public health organization that promotes health and safety in the electronic music and nightlife communities. In her role at DanceSafe, she advocates for the safer consumption of drugs by providing resources and peer education on outreach at music festivals and nightlife events, in addition to various organizational and operational duties. Madalyn’s involvement in drug policy and harm reduction began in 2012 as Director of her law scho
  4. Presentation: "Investing in Intergenerational Wisdom” Elise Szabo (they/them or she/her) is a Movement Building Fellow with Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), working out of the Oakland, CA office and supporting young people organizing to end drug criminalization. Elise began their work in the world of drug policy reform in high school, after writing a research paper on the use of psychedelics in therapy. After their leadership with an SSDP chapter while studying Philosophy and engaging in various areas of student activism at Kent State University, Elise served on SSDP's student-le
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