Associate Research Analyst
Madeleine is interested in research applications of statistical methods for public policy, using data to make more informed decisions. While completing her master's, she conducted research with both the Prevention Research Center and Human Trafficking Data Lab at Stanford. She has also worked for Heartland Forward, a non-profit economic research organization, where she analyzed broadband affordability and university technology transfer.
Madeleine studied Economics at UCLA and completed her M.S. in Statistics at Stanford University. She is currently playing professional volleyball in France.
Why study youth?
Understanding the multifaceted viewpoints and beliefs of the younger generations is key to taking steps towards a more representative future.