Madison Eagle (pronouns: she, her, hers) is a Program Coordinator in the Center for Belonging and Social Change. She serves as a mentor and advocate for women and Indigenous students on campus with deep investment in creating an equitable and accessible community. Madison grew up in Lebanon, Ohio and attended The Ohio State University as an undergraduate. After graduating from Ohio State, Madison became the Program Coordinator for Leadership and Social Justice at YWCA Columbus. She spent two years working with young women to provide professional development and mentorship programming. Madison returned to Ohio State to pursue a Master’s Degree in Social Work. During this time she worked as a Youth Services Coordinator for Kids Club and Senior Service Case Manager at the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center. She is a Licensed Social Worker and uses this lens to create intersectional programming for students on our campus.
Madison is a lifelong social justice advocate and activist. Her identities are a driving force behind her passion for social justice work. Madison is Shawnee and Tsalagi(Cherokee) and Irish American. She strives to advocate and push for change for all peoples through an Indigenous Feminist lens. In her spare time she enjoys crafting, board games, and spending time with her partner and son.