Madeleine Rowell, William A. Dart Scholar
2014 William A. Dart Memorial Scholar
Stanford University, CA, Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
Madeleine’s career interests span public health, environmental sustainability and gender affairs, and she devotes her spare time to volunteering in her local community.
This summer Madeleine attended classes at Stanford and worked remotely in Stanford’s Social Research Lab as an assistant. Complementing her academics and community work, Madeleine is a talented artist and keen photographer.
Appointed as the project leader for Design for America, Madeleine worked with a project team to build an interactive video guide to sexual assault resources and reporting at Stanford. Madeleine was also selected to be the on the Student Government’s Executive Cabinet as head of the 2016 Title IX and Sexual Assault Task Force; earning the Stanford Anti-Violence Educator credential. Embracing the opportunities that Stanford offers, this year Madeleine was the co-leader of Disrupting Whiteness, a campus organization dedicated to ending racism.
Madeleine received the Cayman Islands Government “Proud of Them” community service award after she petitioned for a national sex education curriculum in Cayman’s schools. Madeleine is also a past scholar of the prestigious United World College.
Madeleine, we are inspired by you commitment to community work.
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