Madilynne Clark is a research fellow and former Director for the Initiative on Agriculture at Washington Policy Center.
An Oregon native, Madilynne brings a lifetime of experience in agriculture policy. Her passion for agriculture grew as she helped her dad on veterinary calls and then became active in FFA.
Before joining WPC in 2016, she worked for Ag Association Management in Kennewick as an Account Manager and field rep for the Far West Spearmint Marketing Order. She worked with growers and industry across Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. She also spent two years as an associate of The Context Network. Her time involved working as a business analyst on various agriculture projects in production, wholesale, retail, and policy Ag sectors.
Madilynne holds a Master’s Degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics from Colorado State University as well as a B.S. in Environmental Economics, Policy and Management from Oregon State University.