Cameron Dubes, Senior Philanthropic Advisor

In March 2022, Cameron Dubes joined MAPS as Senior Philanthropic Advisor with a focus on fostering relationships with major gift donors in the Northeast U.S. as well as to advise the development team on broader major gift and campaign strategies.  He is pleased to be able to integrate his more than 40-year personal exploration of entheogens in the service of the collective consciousness through MAPS groundbreaking research and advocacy.

Cameron brings more than 40 years of experience in nonprofit management to the team having worked with some of the world’s leading nonprofits in the fields of human rights, environment, health, and spirituality.  His areas of specialty are in branding, communications, major gifts,  capital campaigns, and social entrepreneurship.  Most recently, he conducted a global study for Open Society Foundations’ Global Drug Policy Program on diversifying and expanding global funding for drug policy reform.   He was also a founding Board member and served for a decade with Alex and Allyson Grey’s Chapel of Sacred Mirrors (CoSM.)

Cameron lives in Bovina Center, NY in the Catskill Mountains.  His childhood roots growing up on an Iowa farm and raising evergreens fuels his volunteer energies focused on regenerative agriculture and health, as well as preserving from agriculture deforestation the Amazon rainforest along with indigenous cultures and their sacred medicines.