Colleen Fish has a BSc with specialization in Psychology from the University of Alberta, and is in the process of completing a BA in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. She currently works as a Mental Health Rehabilitation Worker with Vancouver Coastal Health. Colleen has been working in the area of Mental Health and Addiction for many years including providing expert testimony in the legal system. Colleen has been an advocate of harm reduction for over fifteen years.
Colleen has volunteered with MAPS since 2011 which included an internship in Santa Cruz, California at their head office. She has supported MAPS since 1998 when she first became interested in the potential of MDMA as a healing treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Colleen has been the assistant to the MAPS Board of Directors.