Madison is a sophomore in Georgetown’s School of Nursing & Health Studies studying healthcare management and policy. After graduating, he wants to practice medicine. He has experience co-founding a microfinance non-profit and, last year in his evaluations role with Americorps, discovered data’s ability to inform better decisions and transform entire organizations towards social good.
At the Center, he wants to explore microfinance and other sustainable outcomes-oriented finance models. He is also interested in collaborative and open data policies and in embedding design thinking into big data use. In particular, he wants to explore data’s role in policy innovation and sees data’s potential to be an advocacy tool in addressing disparities across the health and education sectors.
On campus, he has held board positions on the Undergraduate Journal of Health Sciences and Truth and Human Rights in North Korea. In his free time, you can catch him at the boxing gym, working on his latest animated short film, or practicing ASL.
Education: Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Management and Policy, Georgetown University, Class of 2020
Hometown: Vienna, VA
Favorite Quote: “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
What I’m Reading Now: The New Economics of Zero Poverty, Zero Unemployment, and Zero Net Carbon Emissions by Muhammad Yunus