OUR STAFF | PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT AND RESEARCH FELLOW
Madison Gordon is a Public Engagement & Research Fellow with Public Agenda. In this role she designs methods, through research and testing, which help people engage complex issues.
An advocate for young people and learners of all ages, Madison currently heads the Samia A. Halaby Foundation, a visual arts organization that empowers Palestinian youth. Prior to this, she championed the successful passage of a $300M ballot initiative for improved student mental, sexual, and physical health resources at UC Berkeley. Madison began her journey in New York at Public School 83, where she served as an in-class support teacher for elementary school students with City Year.
She holds a B.A. in Youth Justice Policy from the University of California Berkeley. Madison loves to travel, laugh, learn, and co-create. At her best, you’ll catch her doing all of the above.