Ms. Madelon (Maddy) Case – Program Associate
Madelon (Maddy) Case is passionate about ecological research and environmental education. She received a 2012-2013 Luce Scholars Program fellowship, which supports young Americans to live and work in Asia, and is currently developing environmental education programs as a program associate at the Center for Education and Development (CED), a non-profit Vietnamese NGO. Ms. Case graduated with highest honors from Princeton University in 2012 with an A.B. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a certificate in Environmental Studies. While a student at Princeton, Ms. Case worked as a tutor in the Writing Center, taught outdoor leadership skills and rock climbing for the Outdoor Action Program, and founded the Princeton Botany Club. Her senior thesis research examined the role of gopher disturbance in shaping mountain meadow plant communities in Oregon, her home state in the United States. She has worked on vegetation surveys for research in plant ecology in New England and the Pacific Northwest, and spent two summers working as an outdoor science camp counselor at Hancock Field Station in eastern Oregon.
She holds an A.B. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University (2012).
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