Madison is currently in the role of Lifelong Connections Coordinator at Vancouver Aboriginal Child & Family Services (VACFSS). In her free time Madison loves to create different avenues for young Jews to connect with culture and community. She is the co-founder and organizer of Hamakom, a Beit Midrash (House of Learning) for Jews and allies to engage in Jewish learning and ritual together. She is also the founder of YVR Yenta, a modern matchmaking collective using old traditions to help locals find modern love. Additionally, Madison co-coordinates Shiva Delivers- Jews in Solidarity with Black Grief, a yearly initiative that delivers Shiva meals to Black households to commemorate the yahrzeit of George Floyd and the countless other Black lives claimed by state violence. Madison currently sits on the board of Habonim Dror Camp Miriam and occasionally does some advising for Habonim Dror North America, where she used to work in New York City. Madison loves fighting for justice, the Pacific Northwest, smoothies, Jewish spiritual technology, and watching reality dating shows with her friends.