Jolie Moyer

Jolie has been involved in volunteer work in the nonprofit sector for many years. She is one of the Founding Directors as well as the current Secretary of Sensible Movement Coalition, educating citizens on their constitutional right to home rule. She is an outspoken activist that enjoys advocating for individual's rights and for legislative change to rectify a variety of social justice issues. As Communications Director for NORML Appalachia Ohio, she educates and interacts with citizens and legislators alike, to bring about much needed reform to our current marijuana laws. She also serves on Medicate Ohio's Board of Directors and as their Legal Advocacy Team Leader on the Advisory Board and, additionally, as a staff writer, bringing quality news and information to individuals to help them make thoughtful decisions regarding their holistic health. She feels blessed to be employed at Narvona, a licensed cannabis cultivation company which provides quality cannabis products to adults choosing an alternative to traditional pharmaceutical medicine. She is committed to continuing to fight for the rights of all people to have safe and legal access to this lifesaving medicine and reforming unfair and outdated laws on the local, state and federal levels. Although she has always loved education and educating others, in recent years her affinity for politics has led her to assisting and consulting on the campaign for a Cleveland City Council candidate, editing for Inquisitor Magazine and collaborating with others to write legislation for a recent House Bill. In addition to her current work, Jolie previously held the Executive Director position for Akron-Kent NORML and was Communications Director for Ohio NORML. She also served as both the NE Ohio and Summit County leader for Legalize Ohio and was one of the founders and Board members of Sensible Movement Foundation.  She has volunteered her time for many worthy causes over the years and is proud to have assisted causes for many other issues including: cleaning up our communities, teen crisis intervention, statewide ballot initiatives and fundraising for housing and care for HIV & AIDS patients.