Madeline is a Project Lead and Lead Professional Learning Facilitator. She leads RMC Health’s substance use and behavioral health initiatives, which focus on building skills and capacity for public health and youth-serving professionals to address youth substance use, as well as working with schools to design systems for prevention, intervention, and quit support for vaping, marijuana, and other substances. Additionally, Madeline develops and facilitates trainings and technical assistance for professionals across both Colorado and the nation to increase their skills in leadership, facilitation, and professional development.
Prior to joining RMC Health, Madeline taught high school English and spent years coaching and developing teachers around the country. She has experience providing professional development for education and public health professionals at all levels – from classroom and school leaders to school district and local health agency officials – on practices to improve students’ wellbeing and academic achievement.
Madeline earned her Master of Public Health in health behavior and community health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and her Bachelor of Arts in comparative literature and Spanish from the University of Southern California. She is a Certified Prevention Specialist. Madeline is a founding member of the Colorado Public Health Association’s Healthy Equity Coalition and a graduate of the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s Impact Denver program. She is a Colorado native.