Welcome, Ms. Emma Jacobson!

Welcome, Ms. Emma Jacobson!

Emma Jacobson has been a part of the electronic music community since 2008. From Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she found herself in a rave community that provided her with a world of acceptance. However, she took notice in the lack of understanding, obtainable unbiased information, and resources on health, drug use, and personal safety. Empowered to improve quality of life and create a culture of consciousness and togetherness in our community, she got involved with DanceSafe. Emma has staffed DanceSafe harm reduction booths at many large scale events including TomorrowWorld, Detroit Electronic Music Festival, and Electric Forest. Motivated and educated, she became the Co-Chapter Lead for Midwest DanceSafe. Emma also believes in the “Show Love, Spread Love” philosophy made popular by the EDM funk sensation, GRiZ. Since established, she has been on the team of “Liberators,” GRiZ’s street team that focuses on creating exciting experiences for the fan-base, encouraging community involvement, organizing local volunteer opportunities, and uniting the GRiZ Family. Emma brings her passion for harm reduction and experience with “Liberators” to DanceSafe’s national team as the Program Coordinator of DanceSafe Visionaries.

DanceSafe Visionaries

What is the Visionary Program?
Have you always wanted to get involved with DanceSafe? Well here is your chance! We’re excited to announce the launch of the “Visionaries”, DanceSafe’s official promotion and support team. DanceSafe Visionaries will have the opportunity to get involved in pushing the harm reduction movement forward, both online and within the electronic music community. In return, Visionaries will receive FREE DanceSafe swag and merchandise.

What to Expect as a Visionary?
Visionaries will be an integral part of visualizing and materializing the future of DanceSafe. Being part of the Visionaries, is a guaranteed a sense of accomplishment, participating in a program that will shape and mobilize our community. We will have weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly chances to spread the DanceSafe harm reduction message online and in ‘real life’, and by doing so accumulate points redeemable for everything from custom DanceSafe Visionary pins to free testing kits! Once you become part of Visionaries, you will have the opportunity to DanceSafe’s “Party Proper” Volunteer Training Program which will enable you to staff booths at events, and this is a pathway to starting your own chapter.

Please fill out the form below to start the process of getting involved. Use the last field to tell us a bit about yourself. Emma will contact you shortly. Thanks!

What is your contact information?



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Which activities are you most interested in?

OutreachSubstance TestingSocial MediaEvent PlanningStarting a ChapterWriting New MaterialsResearching New DrugsAMPLIFY ProjectHelping Your CommunityPromotion/Street TeamingDrug EducationDrug PolicySummer Festival TourMusic

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Do you have any special skills that you would like to offer?

On a scale of 1 - 10 rate how knowledgeable you feel you are about recreational drugs.


How much time do you think you can volunteer?

When can you volunteer?


Have you volunteered for DanceSafe before?


If yes, what chapter and when?

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