Madison Czerwinski is founder and executive director of Campaign for a Green Nuclear Deal, a nationwide advocacy effort to articulate a new vision for nuclear growth as a way to regain US industrial capabilities and create jobs in clean energy and manufacturing.

Madison began her career advocating for nuclear power as a researcher and analyst for Environmental Progress (EP), a pro-nuclear research and policy organization in Berkeley, California. She supported and co-authored analyses that have been cited in Forbes, the Washington Post, USA Today, and the New York Times.

As executive vice president of EP, Madison oversaw all of the organization’s research, advocacy efforts, and campaigns.

Madison has traveled to meet with and advise policymakers and journalists around the world, including in France, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Taiwan, and South Korea. Her organizing efforts built a coalition of industry and civil society representatives that led to the world’s largest pro-nuclear demonstration, Stand Up For Nuclear. She has presented her work at the AtomExpo International Forum, the International Uranium Fuel Seminar, and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.

Madison holds a bachelor of science in environmental sciences and political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.