Madisen Rogers is a third-year Political Science student at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities (UMN). At the UMN, Madisen serves on the Panhellenic Council as the Vice President of Diversity, Inclusivity, and Accessibility. She is a member and serves as Director of Diversity and Inclusion in her sorority, Pi Beta Phi. Madisen has worked for Minnesota’s Governor’s Office and the Children’s Defense Fund. Her passions include education, criminal justice, and immigration policy. She is thrilled to further her knowledge on public policy through College Student Congress. Madisen’s minor, Public Interest Design, has also expanded her interests towards architecture and urban planning. Madisen has aspirations of attending law school or working with firms and communities to develop beneficial infrastructure for all. Her goal is to always work with communities and others, as she thoroughly enjoys building relationships.