Gina Magaña has over 10 years of experience as a Project Manager leading cross-functional teams in diverse expertise spanning herbal medicine, environmental consulting, legal services, non-profit administration, and public service. She is well-versed in project management methodologies, clinical intake and assessments, and organizational development and leadership. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley and is a recent graduate of the Holistic Pathway at Hill College. Mission driven, creative and a resourceful problem solver, she is known for cultivating strong relationships and partnerships. Gina supports the Board of Psychedelic Medicines and Therapies efforts in overseeing the development and achievement of the organization’s goals.