An exceptional project manager and communicator, Madeline has experience handling critical operational, research, and writing needs for Resolute’s clients, including global semiconductor leader ASML. She is known for her careful attention to detail as well as her ability to convey complex information clearly and succinctly to a range of audiences.

Her previous policy and legislative experience in telecommunications, including her work on advocacy issues for the world’s foremost technology companies, brings clients a real-world understanding of government relations.

Prior to working at Resolute, Madeline was a Senior Legal Analyst for the DC telecom law firm Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis, where she researched and reported on legal and technical issues surrounding FCC rulemakings and industry developments, including efforts to address the digital divide and improve accessibility for people with disabilities. Her efforts on behalf of innovative Silicon Valley companies contributed to the FCC’s landmark decisions to significantly expand unlicensed spectrum, which will power future innovations in telehealth, artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), connected vehicles, and precision agriculture, among other fields.

Madeline previously held an internship in the Office of U.S. Senator Mark Warner, gaining experience developing policy drafts and briefings for the Senator’s staff on cybersecurity, healthcare, and the judiciary.

Madeline holds a B.A. with High Distinction from the University of Virginia, where she completed the History Distinguished Majors Program. During her time as a student, she interned with the UVA Center for Politics and served as an Advisory Board Member to the President’s Commission on the University in the Age of Segregation.