Madden has completed graduate courses from both Strayer University and UNC Chapel Hill. He has a Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration and an Undergraduate Degree in Chemistry from UNC Wilmington. Madden has been recognized by the Center for a Healthy North Carolina for his leadership and efforts to innovate community health initiatives and by the National Association of Counties for proactive work in creating community dialogues. He maintains a strong vision of how communities achieve better success by utilizing three very simple parts of every community: understanding, action, and evaluation.
Kathy Caudle, Lincoln County Board of Health Chairperson stated “On behalf of the Lincoln County Board of Health, we are excited to welcome Mr. Madden to Lincoln County. We feel he will be a wonderful asset to Lincoln County, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to the Health Department, and community, in general.”
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