Born and raised in Issaquah, Washington, Madeline serves as the Global Network Associate at Namati’s Washington D.C. office. Previously she worked as a bilingual paralegal at an immigration law firm, and as an intern for the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle.
She graduated from the University of Washington in 2017 with a degree in International Studies and Human Rights. She served as a Task Force analyst with the UW Center for Human Rights in service of Los Angeles legal clinic El Rescate, publishing a research report on violence and circular migration of Central American migration to the United States and Mexico, and presented these findings at the 2017 UW Undergraduate Research Symposium.
During her undergraduate career, she studied abroad in León, Spain in 2014 and in Buenos Aires, Argentina through an exchange with the Universidad de San Andrés. She participated in Model United Nations and hosted her own show on the student-run Rainy Dawg Radio. Madeline enjoys hiking, screen printing and discovering new music.
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