PHOTO (above): Thank Me Next Time Photography The AMPLIFY Project was started over 6 years ago by a dedicated drug policy reformer and socially conscious musician who saw the power of utilizing the live music community as a platform for organizing around social and political change. In the most basic sense, AMPLIFY is a project of […]
About Brooke Gilbert
Currently the Membership & Events Coordinator for the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA), Brooke has also served as the Outreach and Events Coordinator for medical cannabis patient-advocacy group Americans for Safe Access (ASA) where she facilitated the organization’s first national conference. Brooke has also been instrumental in program development as an intern for Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), where she coordinated the first round of mentors & mentees of the Sister-to-Sister program (in conjunction with NORML Women's Alliance) and continues to volunteer as the director of development & special projects for the AMPLIFY project. She also led a statewide medical cannabis amnesty campaign in Virginia from 2011 to 2012. Brooke currently resides in Denver, Colorado.