Madeline Rose leads Pacific Environment’s climate campaign, directing our strategies to end industrial, transportation, and port pollution, with an initial focus on zero emission shipping. She brings over ten years of crisis mitigation and management, global campaign management, and public policy design to Pacific Environment.
An accomplished public policy professional and global strategist, Madeline joined Pacific Environment after a decade of service in the humanitarian sector where she built and led local-to-global campaigns to reduce global levels of violence and alleviate human suffering. She has worked in the United States Congress and at the United Nations; served as a National Security and Foreign Policy Advisor for the Bernie Sanders Campaign for U.S. President; and is a Massachusetts Institute of Technology Seminar XXI National Security Fellow.
Madeline holds a bachelor’s degree in Diplomacy & World Affairs from Occidental College in Los Angeles, where she specialized in constructivist political theory and global cooperation. She works in Pacific Environment’s San Francisco office.