Madison (Maddy) Hornshe/her
Maddy has a wide range of experience working on communications and multimedia projects. She is a student journalist and a lifetime member of the Honor Society of the National Communication Association. She is president of the Simmons University chapter of Democracy Matters, a nonprofit organization focused on getting private money out of politics and ensuring voting rights for all. She also works for Accessibility Services at Simmons. She develops social media content for all of her work.
Maddy has always been passionate about sexual education and advocacy. She discovered that Woodhull is the only organization working to affirm sexual freedom as a fundamental human right. Woodhull’s mission aligned perfectly with her beliefs and she took up the opportunity to apply her skills to a cause she cares greatly about. The dynamic roles she serves in have allowed her to creatively coordinate the communications efforts on Woodhull’s social media platforms.
In addition to her position as the Communications Coordinator for Woodhull, Maddy was just accepted as a fellow for the Barbara Lee Family Foundation. The BLFF is a nonprofit organization that works to advance women’s equality and representation in American politics, as well as in the field of contemporary art, through the core belief that women’s voices strengthen our democracy and enrich our culture. She will be working in Representative Liz Miranda’s office at the State House in Boston, MA.