Madeline is a Behavioral Health Consultant at the Steadman Group. Energized by her own lived experience of personal and familial mental illness, substance use disorder, developmental disabilities, Madeline is dedicated to the creation and development of recovery-oriented systems of care.
At TSG, Madeline leads the monitoring, evaluation, and learning for the team. She has led multiple mixed-methods community needs assessments for health systems generally and behavioral health-focused stakeholders specifically. Madeline is experienced in equitable behavioral health data governance and community data dashboard development.
She has helped clients secure almost $3M in grant funding from an array of local to state and federal sources for work in the fields of: SUD treatment and prevention, homelessness, maternal and child health, and recovery community organizations. Madeline is also a skilled technical grant writer, having developed a successful FDA Breakthrough Device Designation application for behavioral health software-as-a-medical-device (SaMD).
Previously, Madeline worked as a program and quality assurance manager for acute psychiatry and mobile crisis at New York City’s largest behavioral health system.
Madeline completed her Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and she is a Certified Public Health Practitioner (CPH). Outside of public health, Madeline enjoys hanging out with her cat, gardening, and exploring the trails where she lives in the Pocono Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania.