Madison Darling

Director of Operations

Madison’s eagerness for advocacy was cultivated at the University of Alabama while studying Social Work, but began much earlier. In 2010, Madison created and ran the Suicide Prevention Organization which was recognized by the Alabama Department of Public Health and is now the basis for pending Alabama legislation. Madison has given over 120 presentations and keynote speeches on Teen Suicide Prevention in the Educational Setting.

After writing the educational curriculum for Blanket Fort Hope, an Alabama-based non-profit, she joined the staff as Education Coordinator in early 2015. Here, she spoke to over 1000 people on recognizing and reporting the signs of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST). She has been a keynote speaker for the Center for Financial Social Work, developed a Tattoo Parlor Intervention Program to train tattoo artists to recognize trafficking victims, and fostered interdisciplinary approaches to fighting DMST amongst Alabama agencies. Additionally, Madison owned and operated a sole proprietorship specializing in program development. Madison has developed programs for Blanket Fort Hope, the University of Alabama, and the Birmingham Police Department.

Madison is honored to serve the staff as Director of Operations and hopes to aid in optimizing the organization’s processes and procedures, as well as in supporting its growth for future fights against all forms of sexual exploitation. When not at the office, Madison enjoys taking in a comedy show, exploring Washington, D.C., finding the best local ice cream places, and relaxing on her front porch. 

Articles by Madison Darling

In Light of Google’s Positive Policy Changes, Work Remains

As our 12 Days of Action campaign has recently ended, and while reflecting on our recent successes and the victories yet to come, I am struck by the sheer magnitude of the companies we embark on changing, including Google, a company we are all familiar with. These massive companies with thousands of employees and hundreds […]

Google's Positive Policy Changes

Google

You Can Help Tackle Sex Trafficking and Prostitution at the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is only a few days away and you can secure your place on the winning team by stopping the demand for sex trafficking around the Super Bowl. Join the National Center on Sexual Exploitation and over 20 partner organizations in our #TackleDemand campaign! For the past several years, there has been a […]

Issue: Prostitution – Bright Light on the Red Light

7 Gifts to Fight #Sexploitation This Holiday Season

They say it is better to give than to receive, but we think you can fight sexploitation doing both! Check out these products from our shop and our allies. They make great gifts and they help fight for a good cause. 1. Because we all need more t-shirts, check out this advocacy wearable shirt from NCOSE’s […]