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Meet Clue: Maddie

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At Clue since: April 2017

Hometown/Country: Nashville, TN, USA

What you used to do (past work): Previously I worked at EyeEm building out the community and events there. I was able to work on a lot of different projects across the company, which was a ton of fun and a great learning experience.

What you do now (current work at Clue): There are millions of people who love Clue, think female health is really important and want to help spread helpful information and break social taboos around these topics. As Ambassador Program Manager, I help facilitate these actions and encourage more people to talk openly about anything related to female health.

Why Clue (why do you work here): I work at Clue because I believe it’s important for people to understand their bodies, and what we do at Clue – from the app to blog content to ambassadors – is a great way to do that.

Guilty pleasure song: Probably any big rap song circa 2008-2010. The misogyny is unconscionable but the beats are so dance-worthy!

Favorite lunch spot in Kreuzberg: Chan (get the pad thai!)

Favorite Clue icon: Sociable

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