Madison joined SPMB in 2016 having spent her early career at Bloomberg, LP in NYC and San Francisco. After working with Todd Greenhalgh for a number of years in SPMB’s sustainability practice, Madison spent a year abroad getting her MBA where she focused on entrepreneurship. With a passion for innovation and social equity, Madison rejoined SPMB to continue building out its sustainability practice across the country. With a particular interest in “impact” projects, Madison works primarily with enterprise and consumer companies in the fintech, food, transportation, healthtech, and agriculture (agtech) space. Madison holds a BA in Art History from NYU and an MBA from IE Business School.
Madison is an avid museum-goer and squash player. She regularly volunteers for Best Buddies International to help create opportunities for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Where you have traveled and where would you still like to go?
I’ve traveled a lot of Europe, Africa and Southeast Asia. Next on my list is South America. Argentina to see Patagonia, Mendoza, Iguazu and of course, Buenos Aires. Ecuador to dive in the Galapagos. Peru to hike Machu Picchu. Apart from South America, Dubai to visit some friends. Japan to eat all the food. I’ll hit all 7 continents at some point.
What is the hardest thing you’ve ever done?
I would say one of the hardest things I’ve ever done was skied the Vallee Blanche, an off-piste ski route starting at the top of the Aiguille du Midi in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc (the highest mountain in the French Alps). After strapping your gear onto your back and traversing what is essentially a ridge edge, the route down presents itself with serac falls, crevasses and long flat runs making it especially tricky for snowboarders like myself. Overestimated my abilities on that one but it was worth it. I’m hoping to go back to redeem myself!
What sports star would you most like to meet?
Roger Federer. Hands down. No questions asked. Fingers crossed.