Before embarking on her professional journey, Paige received a full academic scholarship to attend Tennessee State University, where she also played on the women’s golf team and currently holds the record for lowest 18 hole score at the conference tournament. As a student-athlete and chemistry major, she concentrated her studies in Biochemistry and Psychology. By the end of her senior year, she had conducted and published research regarding the water quality in middle Tennessee and graduated magna cum laude.
Her research into water quality and public health, in addition to the intersection of her chemistry and psychology studies, ignited Paige's interest in the use of cannabis and psychedelics in the treatment of mental health.
Following her graduation from TSU, Paige started her career in healthcare through the clinical trials sector. Helping manage over 15 studies, ranging from HIV to endometriosis-associated pain treatment, she was able to improve her communication, organization, and time management skills. These skills, along with her passion to lessen the stigma around cannabis and psychedelics, ultimately brought Paige to Calyx Law as Operations Advisor.
In her free time, Paige enjoys watching anime and tv shows she’s seen too many times, feeding her pups table scraps and putting her creativity to paper through painting and collaging.
Tennessee State University, B.S., magna cum laude, Chemistry, with a concentration in Biochemistry and a minor in Psychology