Meet Our Team
We are a community dedicated to creating safe spaces for womxn and altered states. We offer a platform to gather, share, integrate, and educate. We aim to be a beacon, illuminating a path for ancestral healing, breaking generational cycles and celebrating life ♡
We take personal responsibility for our actions //
We operate from a space of non-judgement and understanding //
We are a dependable and reliable confidante to ourselves and others //
We communicate with complete humility and integrity //
We lead with an open heart and speak from the heart space //
We're present in our personal growth and in the growth of others //
We make sure our cups are full so that we can show up for others //
Pammy Jackson (she/her) founded the prospective nonprofit organization The Psychedelic Sisterhood in February of 2020 in the hopes of establishing a sacred space for growth, healing, and womxn empowerment through psychedelics. She is also a member of the Brooklyn Psychedelic Society and co-hosts a psychedelic support circle centering on feminine values. And is a founding member of the Global Psychedelic Society, a collective of enthusiastic leaders seeking to generate an open and inclusive space for psychedelic societies worldwide.
Prior to founding The Psychedelic Sisterhood, Pammy began her healing journey with psychedelics in 2015 after a heart-opening spiritual awakening at a retreat compound in the Amazon rainforest and has vowed to be of service to plant medicine ever since. In the coming months, she strives to build more programming that centes on womxn's holistic health and cultivating the intensely powerful divine feminine.
Board of Directors
Patty Palacios (she/her) was born and raised in Madrid, Spain, and became a resident of New York as a teenager. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Advertising Design but fell in love with fashion. She has worked in the children's apparel industry for 13 years as a graphic designer and later moved on as Print Director for a growing Junior Brand. When Patricia isn't spending time with her loving family, watching Marvel movies, and eating good food, she's advocating for the freedom to enjoy psychedelics safely.
Paige "Hawk" Acevedo (she/they) is a charismatic & multidimensional artist professional with over ten years of culminated experience in theatrical/musical/visual production arts and education with a profound ability to connect, develop, and impact audiences.
Presently, Hawk serves as CEO and lead vocalist for Hawk & Ace, a live music entertainment collective founded in 2018. Hawk is also a Teaching Artist of dramaturgy & photography. They serve as the secretary for the Yaya Guaili Ara Yukayeke, a tribe of Arawak-Indigenous Descendants committed to the liberation and reclamation of indigenous culture and livelihood. In 2020, with the support of other community leaders, Hawk co-founded Riders for Rights, a grassroots organization committed to the work for black liberation. In 2019, she co-led the Performing Arts Legacy Project at HB Studio, an initiative hosted by the Actor’s Fund & Research Center for Arts and Culture, aiming to support seasoned professional artists to document their legacies. From 2014 to 2019 she served as Artistic Director of a youth community theater program in Williamsburg, Brooklyn known as the Pompeii Players, organizing and directing theatrical productions dedicated to supporting local minority youth & teens.
Jinyen Carew (she/her) was born and raised in New Jersey by way of entrepreneurial-focused immigrant parents. She completed a BFA at The Fashion Institute of Technology in Packaging Design - focusing on product development, marketing, and event planning. When she's not creating happiness in the design and marketing space, she's a mother to two little girls and one hundred percent giving her all to her dreamy husband and business partner, Chris.
Jinyen's words to live by: "Live your f*ckin life! And years of amazing journeys, adventures, and magical moments will follow!"
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