Our Team

Meet the Massachusetts for Mental Health Options team working with voters across the state supporting a 2024 initiative to enable safe, regulated access to psychedelic-assisted therapy.

Emily Oneschuk
Grassroots Campaign Director

Emily is the campaign’s central organizer. She grew up in Wakefield, MA and served in the US Navy as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Diving Officer. She found psychedelics to be an important tool to improve her own mental health after leaving the military and is passionate about providing these options in safe and accessible ways within her community. When she’s not working on the campaign, you can find her running around the White Mountains or diving off of Cape Ann.

Graham Moore
Educational Outreach Director

Graham’s overarching responsibility is to help the campaign communicate why making natural psychedelics legally available is a moral and public health imperative. Graham was a mental health and psychedelics advocate prior to joining the campaign. He was born and raised in Massachusetts and is a practically lifelong resident of the state. Graham is motivated by his experiences as an obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) patient at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and as a caregiver for two loved ones with severe major depressive disorder (and in one case complex PTSD as well) leading to hospitalization, including his best friend who died by suicide.

Jamie Morey
Community Engagement Director

Jamie works to encourage Massachusetts patients, caregivers, providers, and everyday citizens who recognize the powerful healing potential of natural psychedelics to join us in calling for legal therapeutic access statewide. Jamie was a mental health and psychedelics advocate prior to joining the campaign, and she is the founder of Parents for Plant Medicine, a grassroots advocacy group seeking to decriminalize and destigmatize the use of plant medicine for health and healing. She is motivated by the physical and mental health struggles faced by her children and combat veteran husband with treatment-resistant mental health conditions, including obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), major depressive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Jamie is a Mississippi native who has lived on the South Shore for the past three decades, where she loves spending time in nature (when she’s not busy fighting to make the world a better place for her four children).

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