Madison Trice

Policy Analyst, Youth Policy
Policy expertise: 
Racial Equity
Young Adult Behavioral Health
Young Men and Women of Color
Youth and Young Adults
Youth Employment

Madison Trice is a policy analyst on the youth team at CLASP; she focuses on youth economic justice and opportunity. Prior to joining CLASP, she worked across a number of issues as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill, including women and girls, maternal health, reproductive health, transportation, agriculture and food insecurity, education, and immigration. While a student at Harvard, she testified before the Massachusetts Supreme Court in the SFFA vs. Harvard affirmative action case in her role as political action chair of the Association of Black Harvard Women. In addition, she brings deep racial equity experience and commitment through her work at the Center for the Healing of Racism in Texas.