Madison White is an international development professional who possesses a demonstrated commitment to engaging and supporting vulnerable communities through creative tangible solutions and high ethical practice.
Pairing concrete development experience in Lebanon as a Women’s Empowerment Lead for a local NGO, and in Uganda as a Project Development Coordinator for a rural school network, Madison has a notable record of commitment to the technical issue areas of equity in SRHR, Education, and the Decentralization of Sustainable Development.
Before joining the Global Health Visions team, Madison worked as Chief of Staff to the Air Force Civil Engineer Civilian Career Field Manager where her support of senior level government officials enabled the efficient interpretation and strategic execution of highly visible organizational management policies.
Above all, Madison is steadfast in speaking truth to power and fostering organizational connectedness in the ever-evolving global development landscape. Madison earned her bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Brown University.