Madison Ulczak is a Multidisciplinary Research Analyst at The Expert Institute. Madison has a background in research on the intersection of law and psychology. Prior to joining The Expert Institute, Madison worked as a Research Assistant in The Child Witness and Cognition Laboratory at Cornell University. The research she participated in focused on linguistic analyses of juror deliberations. Madison spent time volunteering in Ghana with the Cheerful Hearts Foundation. Her work abroad included teaching local children, collecting community data on personal hygiene practices, and leading community seminars on cholera prevention techniques.
Madison graduated with High Distinction from Cornell University with a bachelor’s in Human Development and minors in Law & Society and Global Health.