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Our Vision

Advance and ensure the quality of life for Deaf Minnesotans.

Our Mission

Preserve, protect and promote American Sign Language and political, educational, economic and social equality for Deaf Minnesotans.

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Our Values

  • American Sign Language
  • Collaboration and resource sharing
  • Communication access
  • Deaf Heritage
  • Preservation of the Deaf community

  WHAT IS MADC?


Minnesota Association of Deaf Citizens (MADC) was established in 1885 and is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organization.  MADC advocates for and promotes a better quality of life and social wellness of Deaf people through its membership, activities and advocacy.

MADC is run by a board of directors that is elected every two or four years at MADC’s biennial conference.

The Minnesota Association of Deaf Citizens is a proud member of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits and  Minnesota Historical Society.





MADC Board

Officers


Jackie Correa-Alley

President 2019-2021



Emily Smith-Lundberg

Vice President 2019-2021




Julie Pleski

Secretary 2019-2021


Karen Pugh

Treasurer 2019-2021




Members-at-Large


Vacant

Member-at-Large

2017-2021



Damon Johnson

Member-at-Large

2019-2023



Kelsey Dahl

Member-at-Large

2019-2023



Fardowsa Ali

Member-at-Large

2017-2021


John Wilson

Member-at-Large

2019-2023


Upcoming Board Meetings

November 21, 2020 - Town hall meeting for priorities. 


Email us:

board@minndeaf.org

Address:

1824 Marshall Ave.

St. Paul, MN 55104

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