is an Urban Fellow with NRDC’s Healthy People and Thriving Communities Program and is the City Lead in Denver for NRDC’s Food Matters project. Her work is focused on urban sustainability issues including food waste, healthy food access, equitable communities, mobility and connectivity. Prior to joining NRDC, Madeline was involved with the Sustainable Neighborhoods Network in Lakewood, CO and worked a consultant on a healthy food access mapping project for Jefferson County Public Health Department. Madeline received her master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Colorado Denver. She holds a BA in Economics from Colorado College.