Creative problem solver, Contemplative questioner, Fast-walking Midwesterner, Egg roll enthusiast
Madeline LoBosco is a Researcher at Third Plateau. She joins the firm with experience synthesizing and clearly communicating complex data in the public sector. Madeline is passionate about in-depth research and data driving impactful decision-making.
Prior to Third Plateau, Madeline worked in the public sector with more than seven years of experience in program management and analytical roles at the U.S. Department of Justice. Most recently, Madeline worked as an Intelligence Analyst in New York focusing primarily on cybercrime. She examined the evolving landscape, analyzing data, identifying trends, and presenting findings to varied audiences. Before her career in public service, she earned her BS in Business Administration from Trinity University where she also studied Spanish and Economics.
Born in New York and raised outside of Kansas City, Madeline then studied in Texas and worked in DC before returning to New York City. Madeline now lives in Sacramento and is excited to round out regions and explore all Northern California has to offer. She is a somewhat serious shuffleboard player and a casual hiker.