University of Pennsylvania

Chapter Building

151 points

Policy Change

20 points

Training and Education

20 points

Points Earned This Year:191

Spent: 30

Rollover from last year: 0

Current balance: 161

Lifetime points: 191


Activity Feed

Action Points Note
Attend lobbying training (10 points) 10 Kyla and Emily attended PA Harm Reduction Coalition's opioid response advocacy training
Host regular meetings (15 points. per semester) 15 Hosted regular meetings Spring 2020
Write & submit LTE/op-ed (10 points) 10 Wrote a policy memo on decriminalization of drug checking technologies and submitted to Journal of Science Policy and Governance's memo-writing competition
Host general event/forum/debate (20 points) 20 Movie night! (Reefer Madness)
Maintain Faculty Adviser (5 points per semester) 5 Penn Society for Psychedelic Science has multiple advisors, which can be found at the link below (under Board of Advisors). Three are faculty members, one is a research fellow, one is a postdoctoral researcher, and one is a clinical psychologist.
Build/maintain relationships with other orgs (10 points per org. per six months) 10 I had a phone call with Anna Martin of PA Harm Reduction Coalition to discuss how PAHRC can help Penn SSDP. We hope to have PAHRC host a harm reduction training at Penn in the coming months!
Host community building event (20 points) 20 We hosted a debate watch night for the NH DNC debate on 2/7.
Submit roster (10 points plus 1 point per five new, valid e-mails) 12 Submitted roster with 11 new signups
Points Spent -30 1 care package :)
Set up and operate SSDP recruitment table (5 points) 5 Ran SSDP recruiting table at spring undergrad activities fair on campus
Recruit and train next chapter President (30 points) 30 New chapter President is Kyla Mace!
First call/conversation with Global Program Manager or Movement Building Fellows (5 points, new chapters only) 5 First call with Luis
Submit roster (10 points plus 1 point per five new, valid e-mails) 49 Submitted roster with 194 new emails

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