Madeline is the summer Research Intern for Religious Literacy with the Inclusive America Project at the Aspen Institute. She will be interning with the Aspen Institute through the Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship Program.
Growing up in a Roman Catholic family in Queens, New York, she has seen in her own life how important religious institutions are in a civil society, and is excited to do research to better understand how we can measure the efficacy of religious literacy and create religious literacy resources to meet the needs of mental health professionals. She will also be supporting the team in compiling a database of organizations that are contributing to religious pluralism across America.
Madeline is an undergraduate student of the Macaulay Honors Program at the Queens College campus. She seeks to major in Anthropology, and she is fascinated with viewing the human experience through a social, historical, psychological, and a scientific lens. She is also currently taking classes to fulfil her minor in Business and Liberal Arts. A life-long lover of music who plays multiple instruments, she enjoys listening to music of all kinds in her free time. She has also started to cook on her own, and enjoys exploring new flavors and cuisines.