Madeline is a Las Vegas native. She received her B.A. in Communications from UNLV. After working for Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group for almost 20 years, Madeline now holds the position of Vice President of Development for Rapid Color Printing. She is also active in the community as she serves on multiple nonprofit committees including Keep Memory Alive, Discovery Children’s Museum, Calvary Chapel Christian School and have previously served on the board of Big Brothers, Big Sisters. She is married to her wonderful husband Doug and together they have two beautiful children, Mia Faith and Brandon who are fourteen years apart.
“I know firsthand how powerful this ministry can be and how important each divine appointment that walks through the doors is. This is the Lord’s ministry and he uses it to reach the lost. In 1994 I was sixteen and pregnant contemplating not keeping my child, I was a lost teenager. But praise the Lord because it’s the work of this ministry that has my son, as well as countless other children, saved and in this world today. The Lord brought me back to this ministry almost 18 years later, to assist with their banquet and then later to serve on the board. I have a huge heart for babies and the unborn. I’m amazed at how good our God is, that he could use a once pregnant and lost teen to now assist with the Women’s Resource Medical Center. It has been a privilege and an honor to serve on their board and continue to witness God’s hand at work, saving the lives of the unborn, restoring the broken, and most importantly sharing the love of Jesus!”