As the Director of Government Affairs, Madison Grady directs ICUL’s statehouse and executive branch lobbying efforts, engages in policy initiatives, leads the grassroots organization of Iowa credit unions, and manages the Credit Union Political Action Committee fundraising efforts.
Madison hails from the state of Montana, where she most recently was the Director of Government Affairs for the Montana Association of REALTORS®. Prior to that, Madison spent time in Washington DC, representing mutual funds on Capitol Hill and interning at the Cato Institute. She got her start in government affairs working as a Special Assistant to Idaho Governor Butch Otter.
Madison graduated from The George Washington University with a Master’s in Public Policy and holds a BS in Political Science and BA in Communication from Boise State University in Idaho.