When Madeline decided to pursue workplace investigations as her career path, all roads led back to Amy Oppenheimer and her team. She is proud to be a part of this pioneering group of investigators.
Madeline has led or assisted in more than 100 investigations since joining OIG. These matters have included allegations of sexual harassment and assault, discrimination, workplace bullying, and retaliation, as well as complaints against high-level managers and elected officials. Madeline also conducts Title IX investigations for public and private institutions. In addition, she has investigated historic sexual abuse, with allegations dating back more than 50 years.
Before joining the firm in 2020, Madeline assessed a range of cases at the Office for Civil Rights, Department of Education, Region III in Philadelphia. There, she focused on Title IX and Title VII complaints for a variety of educational institutions, including middle schools, high schools and universities.
Madeline previously worked as a law clerk at the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office in the Sexual Assault Unit. She also mediated cases in the Superior Court of San Francisco in the Small Claims division.
In her free time, Madeline enjoys cycling, travel, baking sourdough bread and cooking Ottolenghi recipes.
“Act without expectation.” ― Lao Tzu
Resilience With Discretion: Knowing When Enough is Enough in Investigations | CALPELRA
- November 17, 2023
Conflict Resolution in the Workplace | Bar Association of San Francisco
- January 19, 2023
University of California Hastings College of the Law, J.D.
Johns Hopkins University; B.A., Political Science
State Bar of California
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