- April 21, 2014
CiviCore would like to welcome our new project manager, Maddie Ganzlin!
We decided to put Maddie on the spot and ask her some slightly unconventional questions:
What are 2 items you could not live without?
1. It’s only fitting at CiviCore to say that I could not live without my computer. Because my computer is my TV, my job, my books, my organizer, my calendar, and my source of knowledge!
2. The second item I could not live without is my bike. I love being able to commute around Denver or bike the Cherry Creek bike trail.
If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life what would it be?
Don’t judge me: Hot dogs. Or corn dogs. Or brats. Or mini corn dogs. Or footlong hot dogs. Or all of the above.
We hear you’re from Minnesota, what’s your favorite part about the state?
Water! I miss living in the land of 10,000 lakes. I love to kayak, canoe, water-ski, wakeboard, fish, and swim.
Maddie is a great fit with CiviCore; below is a snapshot of her background and experience.
Maddie comes to CiviCore with a background in the nonprofit sector, specifically youth work, program evaluation, and database management.
Maddie graduated from UC-Denver in 2013 with a master’s degree in Public Administration. During her graduate studies, she focused on a thesis in outdoor education evaluation methods. Maddie got involved as a program evaluation assistant at Urban Peak-Denver during graduate school, where she was able to combine her passions for youth work and program evaluation. Most recently, Maddie was the statistician and data coordinator at the Alzheimer’s Association in Denver.
In her free time, Maddie enjoys seeing live music, playing rec soccer, and spending time with her family.[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section]