The Green Rush Podcast: Melissa Lavasani of Psychedelic Medicine Coalition

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Welcome to the Green Rush, a KCSA Strategic Communications Production, a weekly conversation at the intersection of cannabis, psychedelics, the capital markets and culture. 

This week Anne Donohoe and Lewis Goldberg are back for a new episode with special guest Melissa Lavasani, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Psychedelic Medicine Coalition (PMC) and Founder and President of Psychedelic Medicine Political Action Committee (PM-PAC). Melissa joins us this week to share her psychedelics origin story, discuss her work with PMC, and how her organizations are advocating and lobbying for safe and effective psychedelic medicines in Washington D.C.

If you are interested in learning more about the advocacy work that Melissa does with PMC and PM-PAC, check out the links in our show notes. Also, be sure to follow PMC, PM-PAC and Melissa on Instagram and LinkedIn to stay current with the latest initiatives and upcoming events.

So sit back and enjoy our conversation with Melissa Lavasani of Psychedelic Medicine Coalition and Psychedelic Medicine Political Action Committee. 

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Show Credits:

This episode was hosted by Anne Donohoe and Lewis Goldberg of KCSA Strategic Communications. 

Special thanks to our Program Director Shea Gunther.

This episode of The GreenRush is brought to you by Heffernan Insurance Brokers.

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