Marlena Robbins, a proud member of the Diné Nation, is a highly motivated individual currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health – Interdisciplinary Studies. Her research focuses on driving progress in the field of entheogenic medicines within tribal nations, where she aims to empower innovative therapeutic approaches. Marlena has been recognized for her exceptional dedication and is honored to hold the position of Indigenous Science Student Fellow at the Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP). In addition, she contributes significantly as a Graduate Student Researcher for BCSP's Certificate Program in Psychedelic Facilitation, immersing herself in the evaluation and improvement of the program for future cohorts. Furthermore, Marlena's expertise and unique perspective have led her to be a valued consultant for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Her consultation work focuses on the historical and contemporary Indigenous use of psychedelics, providing valuable insights that contribute to the development of culturally sensitive and inclusive frameworks. Marlena Robbins' passion for advancing entheogenic medicines, coupled with her academic pursuits and professional engagements, positions her as a driving force in promoting responsible and culturally appropriate approaches to psychedelic research and therapy within tribal nations.