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Madeline Lambing

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Madeline Lambing (she/her) works at the Washburn University Leadership Institute as the Program Coordinator/Lecturer. Her responsibilities include advising and mentoring students in the planning, development, and facilitation of co-curricular programming and teaching undergraduate leadership courses. Maddy is involved in the Washburn and Topeka communities through a variety of organizations and committees. Madeline has a Master of Science in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Student Affairs and College Student Development from Oklahoma State University, and a Bachelor of Architecture from University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Hometown: South Sioux City, NE

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