Director strategic planning & Development
Madeline is passionate about the intersection of social work, anthropology, and global health. She lived and worked for 4 years in rural East Africa, first as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Zambia and later as a Global Health Corps Fellow in Uganda. She holds an MA in Cultural Anthropology from the University of British Columbia and currently works as a child welfare caseworker in the Denver, Colorado metro area. She also serves on the board of Uhambo USA, the US branch of a South African nonprofit that works on behalf of children with disabilities. Madeline's strengths include meeting/training facilitation, cross-cultural communication, curriculum development, program management, direct service with at-risk children and families, and reproductive health advocacy. She is honored to be invited to serve on Hope for Children's Health's Board of Directors and looks forward to supporting the dedicated HCH team as they build programs for children and families in Hoima District, Uganda.