Madison joined SPMB in January 2015 as an Associate on the Sustainability team working with Todd Greenhalgh. She spends time working with companies across a variety of sectors – fintech, consumer, energy – all with a focus on making the world a more efficient place.
Born and raised on the East Coast, Madison graduated from NYU in 2013 with a degree in Art History. Prior to joining SPMB, Madison worked at Bloomberg, LP in a variety of roles, most recently as an account manager covering investment managers in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah & Wyoming. On the weekends she spends most of her time exploring San Francisco’s museums and vast culinary offerings. In her spare time she enjoys playing tennis, listening to live music and supporting her favorite sports teams, the Philadelphia Flyers & Arsenal FC.
Where have you traveled and where would you still like to go?
After graduating college, I spent the summer backpacking around Southeast Asia with my friend from NYU. We traveled to Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore & Malaysia which was eye-opening. I’m dying to get back to Asia (China, Korea, Japan) as soon as I can. If I’m lucky, I’ll spend a significant amount of time backpacking again.
Which band would you love to tour with?
U2. My dad is a massive fan so it’d be extra cool if both of us could go together.
What sports star would you most like to meet?
Roger Federer. I’m a die hard fan for life. I’ll go head to head with Djokovic or Nadal fan any day of the week.
Who would you trade places with for one month?
I’d love to trade places with really any chef, but I’m a huge fan of Dominique Crenn who has been named “The World’s Best Female Chef.” She was featured on Netflix’s “Chef’s Table” and has a particularly endearing personality with a true appreciation for life & food. I’ve always dreamed of working at a restaurant but a month is all I need before the late-night shifts would start to get to me.
What is the one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
I’m truly terrified of the ocean (specifically sharks) but I’d scuba dive every day of my life if I could.