Madison has always had a passion for making a difference and giving back. In her spare time, Madison enjoys spending time with her sisters hanging out with friends, and networking. You will hear Madison talk about her sisters frequently as she considers them her inspiration, motivation, and determination. Her little sisters will describe her as the one who just does not stop talking. Madison began her nonprofit work in high school as a chair of the Philanthropy and Youth Program and spokesperson for the American Heart Association as Miss Teen North Dakota 2014. Madison graduated from Western Michigan with a degree in Communication.
Throughout her undergraduate career, she has used her love for public speaking in everything from academics to her professional career. She will be pursuing her master’s starting in the fall of 2017 in Public Relations while teaching undergraduate classes in the WMU School of Communication. Madison is thrilled to have the opportunity to experience all there is to nonprofits and be apart of the Prevention Works team working as the lead voice of Marketing and Promotions. She is ecstatic to help make a difference in the community she now calls home and share the impact of #EngagingChange.
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