Madeline J. Iseli
In her capacity as Vice President for Advancement, Madeline oversees the Sinclair Foundation and its Board of Trustees. Sinclair's Grants, Donor Relations, Stewardship and Alumni Connections also fall under her leadership.
Madeline’s career has been built on public service, including almost five years working in the district office for Congressman Tony P. Hall where she served as district director. Madeline then became the executive director of a Dayton-based non-profit organization that worked to pass federal legislation which created the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park and also celebrated the centennial of powered flight in 2003. Madeline began at Sinclair in 2003 as government relations director, then served as the president’s chief of staff before being named vice president for advancement in 2011.
A native of Dayton, Madeline graduated from the Dayton Public Schools and holds a bachelor of philosophy in interdisciplinary studies from Miami University and a master of arts in English composition & rhetoric from Wright State University.
Madeline is a graduate of the Leadership Dayton program. She serves on the Boards of Trustees for the Downtown Dayton Partnership and the Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services. She also serves as co-chair of the Dayton Walk of Fame Committee. Madeline was chosen as one of Dayton’s Top Ten Women in 2011, a member of the “40 under 40” Hall of Fame in 2012, and was named one of the "BizWomen: Dayton's Power 50" by the Dayton Business Journal in 2014.