Through her work as a Michigan Senate legislative intern, Madeline understands the intricacies of working in Lansing. Madeline’s legislative internship helped to hone her writing and interpersonal skills as she regularly communicated with constituents statewide. She also supported case work, drawing on her extensive coursework ranging from anthropology to geography.
As legislative assistant at MLC, she utilizes this knowledge of state government to support a variety of analytical and reporting needs including tracking and analyzing legislation and gathering up-to-date, relevant information important to MLC’s clients.
While attending Michigan State University, Madeline volunteered at Lansing City Outreach, where she served the community through distributing meals to citizens in need. She also provided onsite support during the annual Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Conference in East Lansing.
Outside of the office, Madeline loves to travel – including a semester spent abroad in Rome, Italy, where she studied Italian and art history. She enjoys spending time with family and friends and attending Detroit Tigers games as often as possible.
Madeline holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in interdisciplinary studies in social science with a primary concentration in community governance and advocacy from Michigan State University.