Madison earned a B.A. in French and Sociology from DePaul University. She continued her studies at DePaul, receiving her M.A. in Sociology with a focus in education and research, while serving as a Graduate Assistant. Madison’s study abroad year was spent in Paris, France honing her French skills and earning the Le Prix d’Excellence. She has tutored both abroad and stateside students, from beginner to advanced levels, in English, French, and Statistics. Madison began her career as a substitute teacher at Chicago Charter Schools and transitioned to teaching at Chicago Jewish Day School and Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School. She most recently joined the Residential Faculty at Wolfeboro Camp School as an Advisor. After studying various styles of dance for 11 years, Madison started her professional dance career out of secondary school where she was a member of two professional Chicago dance companies. She is a two-time Senior Soloist National Title holder. Madison choreographed for musicals and performances and was the director of a youth competition dance company.

At IMS, Madison is the Life Skills teacher for the Lower and Upper School Campus and serves as the JV Volleyball co-coach and Dance coach.

In her spare time, Madison enjoys sewing, traveling, cooking, and spending time with her family.