Madeline Davis (she/her) is the data coordinator for the Trans Learning Partnership. She has a background in ecology and the queer social sciences and has written on sustainable transformations of technology and international climate change negotiations, as well as working as a trans advocate for three years. Madeline has a long history of queer, trans, and feminist activism, starting as a teenager and growing within the student movement, where she ran trans support groups and organized feminist direct action campaigns. Within the TLP, Madeline coordinates research activities on trans housing, employment and access to resources, and supports the data-driven mission of the TLP. In her spare time she climbs boulders, reads contemporary fiction and poetry and does open water swimming as well as organizing in her local community.