Madison has been building healthier lives for over 20 years. She has a background directing policy, programs, and partnerships for non-profit health organizations addressing chronic diseases and emergency response systems. Inspired by that work, she turned to health coaching and personal training, and supporting each individual in achieving their unique purpose, strengths, and personal well-being.
Madison is a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Certified Personal Trainer, an EIM (Exercise is Medicine) Level I Professional, and a Registered Yoga Teacher. She is trained across the pillars of wellness and behavior change, and she is especially passionate about exercise as one vital connection to thriving. As a personal trainer, she specializes in beginner-to-intermediate exercise for sustainability and quality of life, and personally loves strength training, rowing, yoga, walking, and the shortest possible cardio workouts. What drives her most is connecting with others and their unique stories, and being invited to work through their challenges, build new “habit muscles,” and celebrate their victories with them.
Growing up in the U.S. Army took Madison around the world to meet and appreciate all walks of life. She played basketball, volleyball, and soccer into her college years in Munich, Germany, then graduated from The Ohio State University, and is currently completing her Master’s Degree in Exercise Science. She has two marvelous sons and lives in Atlanta with her dog, guru, and best camping buddy, Chip.