Madison Baczuk is a legal assistant at the Fort Collins office. Madison graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with degrees in criminology and criminal justice, communication, and philosophy. Upon graduation, Madison completed an Upper Division Honors research thesis on the subject of neuroimaging and jury decision making. While at the University of Northern Colorado, Madison was the president of the Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honors Society, the vice president of the Criminal Justice Society, and a member of the Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity. She won several awards during her college career, including “Best Informative Speech” in the department of communication, second place in the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Intercollegiate Case Competition, and first place in an ethics video competition.
Madison values spending time in her community. She served with AmeriCorps at a Hmong elementary school in Minneapolis in the summer of 2021. She has been a member of the CSU Club Sport Gymnastics Team since August of 2020, and she also enjoys kickball, softball, and dancing in the form of lindy hop, tap, hip-hop, ballet, and jazz. When Madison is home, she enjoys reading and spending time with her goofball of a labradoodle, Professor Goodboy.