Maddie Kutler is a participant navigator for the Healthy Brain Network. They are responsible for interacting with families, scheduling and follow-up of appointments, and data collection and entry. Maddie received bachelor’s degrees in psychology and French from the University of Southern California. As an undergraduate, they performed research on such topics as microaggressions towards lesbian parents throughout the birthing process, LGBTQ+ student mental health, and how postcolonial racism affects the mental health of Black Francophone people today. Maddie previously worked for the founders of Queer Soup Night, a nonprofit which focuses on using food as a tool for social justice. More recently, they interned with the Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research, where they helped facilitate breast cancer research recruitment and educate others on breast cancer health disparities among marginalized populations.
Maddie is passionate about child development and mental health and hopes to contribute to LGBTQ+ families’ growth and mental wellness.
- BA, Psychology, University of Southern California
- BA, French, University of Southern California