Kevin Matthews attended the United States Military Academy at West Point and is the former Executive Director of Decriminalize Denver, the proponent committee for the Denver Psilocybin Initiative - the first voter-approved measure in the United States to decriminalize psilocybin. As the Founder of SPORE, he is working to educate Americans on psilocybin, connect the dots between people, communities, and organizations to normalize psychedelic use, and continue drug policy reform nationwide.
Matthew Duffy is a Mycelial Networker. With a background in community organizing, permaculture, and marketing, he served as the liaison between Decriminalize Denver and Magic, the agency responsible for Decriminalize Denver's online campaign. He's focused on nurturing key relationships, developing our messaging/branding, and facilitating the development of a thriving human ecosystem to carry this movement.
Danielle Wise, Phd
Dr. Danielle Wise has over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist, professor, and life consultant. In addition to her private practice RealYou.RealSuccess.com and working with SPORE, she is on the Professional Advisory Board for Unlimited Sciences, founded Women’s Leadership in Psychedelics, is currently on a council discussing ethical considerations for the psychedelic community, and volunteers with The Nowak Society and Groove Medical. The power of dialogue through education is the foundation for our freedom to embrace resilience and wholeness on our own terms.
Sean McAllister, Esq
Sean McAllister is one of the nation’s leading drug policy reform lawyers. In 2004, after working for the Colorado Attorney General’s Office for several years, Sean opened a solo law practice focused on criminal defense and represented hundreds of people charged with state and federal drug crimes. That same year, he founded the drug policy reform non-profit Sensible Colorado. Today, Sean’s law firm, McAllister Garfield, P.C., has 20 lawyers in four states working primarily on cannabis business law and licensing matters. In addition to cannabis, Sean was a legal advisor to Decriminalize Denver, and is a member of Chacruna’s Council for the Protection of Sacred Plants and Chacruna’s co-General Counsel.