Madeline is responsible for providing executive support to the President & CEO, and maintaining communication with the Board of Directors and key organizational partners. In addition, Madeline manages Fair Food Network’s operations in support of an efficient workplace and strong workplace culture.
Prior to joining Fair Food Network, Madeline served as Operations Manager at the Michigan League of Conservation Voters. She has a range of experience from environmental advocacy in Detroit to policy work with the Michigan State House of Representatives. She also brings first-hand knowledge of Fair Food Network’s signature effort, Double Up Food Bucks, having helped educate shoppers and administer on the program at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market.
Madeline holds a master’s degree in organizational development from Bowling Green State University. She is also a graduate of the University of Michigan’s Program in the Environment (PitE) where she focused on urban and environmental planning. An Ann Arbor resident, Madeline has volunteered with several local food initiatives, and currently serves on the Millennial Board at Ozone House. She loves exploring the regional food scene and spending time with her dog, Fern.