Madison Carroll is a United States Marine Corps veteran who continues to serve in the Marine Corps reserves. As a CH-53E helicopter pilot in the Marine Corps, she has had the privilege to lead Marines in highly dynamic and adaptable environments, serving in multiple roles throughout her career in logistics, operations, and maintenance planning.

In 2018 as a student at Marine Corps University, Madison participated in the Energy and Innovation Scholars program, studying Department of Defense strategic energy and acquisition planning for future national security interests. During this time, Madison and a team of colleagues developed an energy chain resilience educational planning tool to be used throughout the Marine Corps. For the last two years of her career, Madison ran an east coast training range, managing personnel, infrastructure and equipment assets, and operational tempo for the airfield.

Madison has a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering for the United States Naval Academy and is completing a master of science in environmental planning and management from Johns Hopkins University.