Madeline Dahlin grew up in Beverly, Massachusetts and moved to Philadelphia in 2014 to attend the University of Pennsylvania. While an undergrad, she worked at the Aquinas Center in South Philly, supporting immigrant youth as they engaged with issues of economic justice and youth-inclusive public space. After graduating, she spent a wonderful year working as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the School District of Philadelphia in the Office of Strategic Partnerships. Madeline is thrilled to be serving this year as a Quaker Voluntary Service Fellow at Nationalities Service Center in the legal department, supporting clients with applications for citizenship and permanent residency. Madeline is passionate about racial justice and excited to spend this year engaged in intentional conversations with her peers.
Outside of work, Madeline loves to swim in the ocean, play frisbee, and go on bike rides.