Madi Weisberg
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Recent transplant cultivating awareness and confidence in individuals so that they can harness their power to contribute and effect change.


Current Position

Assistant Director (former)

Skyland Camp for Girls

City

Helena

County

Lewis & Clark

Specialty Areas
  • Community Organizer
  • Consulting
  • Education
  • Human Resources
  • Human Services
  • Design / Marketing
  • Trailblazer

More Information:

Leadership Experience

Connecting readily with others through playfulness and a confident and composed approach to challenges, I develop cohesive communities based in respect, authenticity, and celebration of individuals. I honed these skills throughout my years as the assistant director at Skyland Camp for Girls where I worked with a small year-round team and managed large numbers of seasonal staff. Working at a women owned and operated organization with a focus on girls’ social and emotional development, my experience and passion focuses on girl’s and women’s empowerment.

Additional roles and experiences of interest include:

  • Committee Chair, Skyland Camp for Girls Centennial Celebration
  • Accreditation Standards Visitor, American Camp Association
  • Member / Committee Member (2016), Emerging Professionals In Camping (EPIC) of WNC
  • Mentor, Climbing Toward Confidence (2015)
    • Weekly sexual assault prevention afterschool program for middle school girls. Mentees learn how to rock climb and apply lessons to understanding healthy relationships.
  • Garden Steward Intern, Seattle Tilth (2012-2013)
    • Organic urban ecology organization working toward an equitable and sustainable local food system. Participated in weekly garden maintenance, created educational signage, and supported community outreach programs.
  • Extensive travel and service in South America. Proficient in Spanish.
How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse

Having recently moved to Helena, I am interested in connecting with other women in the community who are doing great work.