Independent Voting Member
Vicky Dulai is an independent psychedelic philanthropic consultant. She advises philanthropists and foundations about emerging opportunities in psychedelic research, treatment, and therapist training. Vicky is the founder of Compassion For Addiction, a non-profit dedicated to a trauma informed and psychedelic medicine approach to treating addiction. She was the first female board member of MAPS in modern times and currently serves as the board chair. Vicky is writing her first book- part memoir, part educational, a decade of an insider’s view of the psychedelic renaissance.
Vicky is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and a graduate of the inaugural cohort of the psychedelic assisted psychotherapy certificate program at CIIS. She graduated from Columbia University with a M.S. in Narrative Medicine and has a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Houston. A first generation American child of Punjabi Sikh immigrants, Vicky joined MAPS to help expand access to psychedelic medicines to diverse populations, while fostering more women leaders in the field.