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A [[Los Angeles]] native who has been living and working in Armenia for the last decade.
She received her undergraduate degree from [[UCLA]] in Sociology with a Minor in Armenian Studies. Her graduate degree is also from UCLA, a Masters in Public Health.
Worked in the non-profit sector bringing humanitarian and medical aid to the population of Armenia and [[Karabagh]]. Served as Armenia Coordinator for a number of international non-profit organizations including Hope for the City which has delivered over $50 million dollars in medical relief to Armenia. Her work with Smile Network International, a non-profit from the United States brought over 100 life changing cleft surgeries to the people of Armenia.
Madlene became passionate about Armenia when she first visited as a volunteer in a work camp ([[Land and Culture Organization]]). The group was taken to a [[Gogaran|devastated village]] where they helped rebuild the church crushed by the earthquake. Since then it has become her passion to provide relief for the country's citizens as well as design projects for a healthier population.
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