Nuria Calzada (Spain)
Psychologist and member of Energy Control since 2000, she is the state coordinator of the project. During these years she has collaborated in different studies and researches on drugs, and is also an experienced teacher for health, education and nightlife professionals.
Zara Snapp (Mexico)
Representative of the Global Commission on Drug Policies of the United Nations, Snapp is expert on drug policies and international incidence. She has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Denver (UCD) and a master in Public Policy from the Harvard University. She is also author of “Dictionary of Drugs”. Her work is focused on communication strategies in Latin America and international reform on drug policies.
Ana María Gazmuri (Chile)
Actress and communicator with a long career in theatre, cinema and television. She has been involved in drug policies and particularly in medical cannabis since 2012, promoting the creation of the Daya Foundation at the beginning of 2014 to participate at institutional level on the development of this subject in both Chile and abroad. She is floral therapist, Reiki therapist, has a degree in Mindfulness and has studied Buddhist Psychology and Transpersonal Psychology.
Cristina Sánchez (Spain)
Cristina Sánchez is professor in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Since the late 90s she has focused her research on the potential anticancer properties of cannabinoids, especially in cases of breast cancer. Cristina has been Scientific Secretary of the Spanish Society of Research on Cannabinoids and is still member of the directive board, also founder and current Secretary of the recently formed Spanish Observatory on Medical Cannabis.