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Beyond The Sidelines: Madison

Posted Jan 25, 2016

Redskins.com recently caught up with veteran First Lady Madison, who outside of cheering works as a Mental Health Clinician.

Redskins.com recently caught up with veteran First Lady Madison, who outside of cheering works as a Mental Health Clinician.


Redskins.com: What is your career outside of the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders?

Madison: "I am Mental Health Clinician for a D.C. Public Charter school. I provide interventions and education on social skills to the general education population. I truly enjoy the work that I do, because I help young people learn how to interact with each other, which is the key to all relationships. Eventually, I would like to focus my therapeutic practice on marriage and relationships."

Redskins.com: How do you manage your time among the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders, your career, free time, family, etc.?

Madison: "Managing my career, friends, my friends and WRC is not easy! It takes a lot of time management and organization, and you will certainly miss out some good television shows."

Redskins.com: What are five goals you hope to accomplish?

Madison: Five goals I would like to accomplish are:

--Becoming a licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)

--Teaching dance classes

--Get certified in Barre

--Finishing planning my wedding (basically get married) 

--Establishing my own therapeutic private practice

Redskins.com: If you could have three wishes granted, what would they be?

Madison: If I could have three wishes they would be:

--That we live and remain young forever

--Traveling anywhere for free

--That bills never existed

Redskins.com: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Why?

Madison: "I would love to travel to Bora Bora! It seems to be an endless tropical paradise that I would love to explore." 

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