Madeline Goosman is the program assistant for our Cardiovascular Health and Epidemic Prevention work. Madeline graduated from Davidson College with a bachelor’s degree in Public Health. She conducted her honors thesis on assessing the motivations and barriers to cord blood donation from African American women in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area and used her results to provide evidence-based feedback to healthcare providers. Additionally, she studied comparative health policy in Vietnam, South Africa, and Argentina with the School for International Training’s International Honors Program. Prior to joining the Global Health Advocacy Incubator, Madeline conducted research at the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda. Madeline is fluent in French and knows basic Spanish.