Policy Advocate, Climate Action Campaign
Madison Coleman was born and raised in Oakland, California. She has a B.A. in Political Science from UC Davis. Madison is a Policy Advocate with Climate Action Campaign (CAC), a non-profit watchdog organization that fights to stop the climate crisis through equitable policy action. Madison leads CAC’s affordable housing and land use advocacy. She works to ensure the region develops equitable policies that prioritize and incentivize sustainable, inclusive, and affordable communities. Madison is also currently a policy committee member of the San Francisco Women’s Political Committee (SFWPC) and a policy advocacy volunteer for California YIMBY. Prior to joining CAC, Madison advocated for social and environmental issues affecting college students with the California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG). She also advocated for making global poverty and hunger legislation a top priority of U.S. foreign policy with the Borgen Project. As a native of Northern California, she interned for Oakland City Councilmember Lynette Gibson McElhaney and Attorney General Rob Bonta.