Madison received a BA from Colby College, having majored in Global Studies and French, and minored in Anthropology. As an undergraduate student, she studied abroad in Switzerland and India, and received the Dean Ninetta M. Runnals Scholarship Prize at graduation. She went on to complete the Accelerated General Public Health track and receive her MPH from Columbia University. Madison has worked in research, communications, and administration on domestic and global public health initiatives in both the public and private sectors in the US and abroad. Over the past eight years, Madison worked as a teaching assistant and has been doing one-on-one tutoring with students in elementary, middle, high school, college, and adults on different subjects, mostly focusing on French, Spanish, Essay Writing for a variety of topics, and Earth Science. She believes it is critical to work with students to determine how they learn best and then use these tools to help them succeed.
Madison grew up walking the woods of Maine, living with French-speaking host families, and preparing culinary creations with relatives. She has a passion for puns, bright colors, and conversations with old friends and new acquaintances alike.