Ingrid Madden leads writing and editing for the Foundation and its causes. In this role she produces speeches, articles, editorials, case studies, blogs, and campaigns to raise the overall visibility of the Foundation's mission to end domestic violence and improve health equity.
Before moving to San Francisco, Ingrid worked at the United Nations Foundation in New York and Washington, D.C. where she supported children's health programs focused on addressing measles, malaria, and polio, as well as initiatives to promote the reproductive health & rights of women in the developing world. While in Washington, she also volunteered for The Healthy Babies Project, an effort to reduce infant mortality in the District of Columbia. She is a published writer and has consulted for a number of international nonprofits and philanthropic organizations.
Ingrid graduated with a B.A. in international affairs & global health from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.