Weighing in on Cannabis’ Unpredictable Future
Weighing in on cannabis’ unpredictable future based on the impact of a new Presidential administration as Vivian McPeak talks to the executive director of the Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) Betty Aldworth. She states what has changed with the goals for the organization and their involvement.
Betty Aldworth joined the Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) team in February 2014 as Executive Director. In 2012, Betty was the spokesperson and advocacy director for Colorado’s Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, the first to make marijuana legal for adult use. She served as deputy director of the National Cannabis Industry Association in 2013, where she was responsible for developing NCIA’s then-nascent educational programming and framing the national conversation about the marijuana industry.
In 2014, she became executive director of Students for Sensible Drug Policy, the international network of more than 3,000 students dedicated to ending the War on Drugs. Prior to her work in cannabis and drug policy, Betty spent a decade motivating and engaging volunteers as a nonprofit leadership professional in Denver, CO.