Madison started On the Pulse after seeing the need for an intermediary between individuals, businesses and nonprofits who can understand both sides and make their interactions more successful. Her background in economics, communications, sociology, psychology, and business allows her to think outside the box to create a strategic partnership that is mutually beneficial. Madison runs a holistic wealth advisory business, working with individuals, families, businesses, and foundations/endowments to help them identify their objectives and reach their goals.
Madison hosts educational, business networking, cultural, and charitable, and women’s events. She is also an active member of numerous professional organizations, including the Colorado Philanthropic Advisor’s Network, the Association for Corporate Growth, and the Boston College Alumni Association. She participates in economics and entrepreneurial associations, and continues her dedication in service to others through her commitment to such worthy organizations as Resource Area for Teachers (RAFT), YouthBiz, Girls Inc, Goodwill Youth Programs, Boys and Girls Club, Project CURE, Morris Animal Foundation, and Children’s Hospital. She serves on the executive board of RAFT and the advisory board overseeing the merger of YouthBiz and Young Americans. Through her community involvement, Madison's mission is to transform education and ensure every child has access to the same empowering and engaging education, mentors, and resources.
Madison is a certified Pilates trainer, an ardent tennis player, and a gourmet cook. She enjoys traveling and a myriad of outdoor activities with her family, friends and dogs, while living in her home state of Colorado.
Madison graduated magna cum laude from Boston College, with a BA in Economics, and a focus in communications, sociology, and psychology.
Licenses: Series 7, Series 66, Series 31,
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, Colorado Insurance (Health, Life, Variable, and Long-Term Care), Pilates and Personal Training Certification