Victor Alfonso Cabral, LSW (He/Him) is a collaborative and strategic Afro-Latinx leader who is committed to making an impact in his community and beyond. Victor serves as the Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs for Fluence Training. Before joining Fluence, Victor served as Deputy Director for the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of Advocacy and Reform where he co-led the implementation of the Trauma-Informed Pennsylvania Plan, helped establish the first Racial Day of Healing in Pennsylvania history, and developed free trauma training for Pennsylvanians. He is trained in Level 1 Internal Family Systems through Black Therapists Rock, psychedelic-assisted therapy, and psychedelic harm reduction and integration (PHRI).

Victor works to center BIpoc voices in the field of psychedelics by highlighting BIpoc stories in policy & advocacy efforts, art, and science. He is currently working on a documentary film titled ‘We Are The Medicine’ which explores the re-emergence of psychedelics from the perspective of Black, Indigenous, and people of color. Victor is listed on Students for Sensible Drug Policy’s list of “40 Under 40 Outstanding BIPOC Leaders in Drug Policy in the United States” for his work in psychedelic policy and received the 2022 Emerging Social Work Leader Award from the National Association of Social Workers.