YOUR HOST: Dax JACKSON
Dax Jackson is a community health activist who began studying psychopharmacology and psychedelic harm reduction 15 years ago after having several friends die and experience psychotic episodes as a result of using psychedelics and other drugs. In addition to teaching harm reduction classes at festivals and community events, Dax has spent years interviewing and collaborating with an interdisciplinary network of psychedelic safety experts to help create our educational offerings. His subfields of interest include testing and measurement protocols, harm reduction curriculum development, and tracking trends in underground markets.
YOUR HOST: ALLY LEE
Ally Lee is a clinical social worker of 14 years who works closely with both the street and festival drug user communities. Formerly the head of a chapter of Students For Sensible Drug Policy, Ally also works as a first responder and harm reduction educator at Burning Man and other large events. Her subfields of interest include mental health crisis intervention, overdose reversal, and translating academic literature into tactical safety protocols.