Madison LaCure

University of Massachusetts - Boston

Currently serving as an intern on the Massachusetts Governor's Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence (SA/DV), Maddy works on the governmental level to create support systems for those who are affected by SA/DV. She previously interned with the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement for the City of Boston. Maddy is enrolled in the Masters of Public Administration program at the University of Massachusetts Boston with a concentration in Gender Leadership and Public Policy. Her future goals are to change policies to help end sexual violence and contribute to women's advancement. At the University of Massachusestts Boston, Maddy serves as the student Program Assistant for Community Engagement in the Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement. She oversaw the Oxfam Hunger Banquet, coordinated a domestic violence awareness campaign, collected items for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, and organized Days of Service. In her dedication to bringing students and community organizations together, Maddy has exemplified her ability to motivate others to join her in taking action to address societal inequalities.

Katherine Newman
Chancellor
University of Massachusetts - Boston

Personal Statement

Since childhood, I have been involved in service projects and always felt a strong desire to give back to my community and help others. However, I struggled to see how these passions could translate into a career in making long-lasting social change. When I started at the University of Massachusetts Boston, I found the Women's and Gender Studies department which sparked my passion for gender justice and women's empowerment. As a young woman, I find it extremely important to study the history of gender in society and the intersectionality of identity to challenge preconceived notions and advocate for equity for all. As an intern in the Governor's Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, I see the connection between my studies, my experience on campus, and the power of public service to make legal and societal change. Through my work in the Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement, I promote community engagement as a way to learn more about local and global issues and encourage students to find their passions and be agents of change. I believe student civic engagement is crucial for student development, and I love doing this work on our campus everyday and going forward to a career in government and public service.

Madison LaCure
Master in Public Administration, BA in Women's and Gender Studies: Class of 2020
written 2019

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Sarah Lutes, UNC Asheville Seda Sahin, Univeristy of Connecticut Bernardo Villarreal Rodríguez, Universidad de Monterrey Elizabeth Paige, University of Baltimore Itzel Velazquez, University of Central Arkansas Jordan Borenstein, University of Central Florida Hunter Caudillo, University of Central Oklahoma Delali Nenonene, University of Dayton April Singleton, University of Delaware Amanda Wittebort, University of Denver Mikaela Lopez, University of Houston-Downtown Nicolas Robledo, University of Illinois at Chicago Natalie Benson, University of Indianapolis Jocelyn Roof, University of Iowa Kaitlyn Frick, University of Kentucky Dyamond Gray, University of La Verne Sarah Nichols, University of Maine at Augusta Maheen Haq, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Madison LaCure, University of Massachusetts - Boston Marvens Pierre, University of Massachusetts Amherst Elizabeth Anusauskas, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Twisha Mohapatra, University of Massachusetts Lowell Shravya Jasti, University of Miami Jalen Rose, University of Michigan-Dearborn Robert Harper, University of Minnesota Danielle Friz, University of Missouri - St. Louis Daisy Ward, University of Montana Adrianna Pittman, University of Montana Western Lizbeth Perez Hernandez, University of Nebraska Omaha Kaitlin Griffin, University of New Hampshire Joyce Yao, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Yesika Sorto Andino, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Adriana Zarate, University of North Georgia Hector Robledo, University of North Texas at Dallas Malaika Michel-Fuller, University of Northern Colorado Sashay Carroll, University of Northern Iowa Carson Ball, University of Oklahoma Carter Gale, University of Pennsylvania John Farris, University of Redlands Mary-Kate McGeary, University of Rhode Island Lina Tori Jan, University of Richmond Nina Schneider, University of San DIego Nyteia Tyler, University of San Francisco Karen Padilla, University of South Carolina Beaufort Danica Leaphart, University of South Carolina, Columbia Andrew Spencer, University of St. Thomas Shaneika Bowra, University of the District of Columbia Livia Karoui, University of the South Jordyn Gaurkee, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay Emiliana Lopez, University of Wisconsin - Madison Zach Atkins, University of Wisconsin - Parkside Madison Hale, University of Wisconsin-Superior
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