Madison Guevara grew up in Orange County and is originally from Aliso Viejo. She is a graduate of California Baptist University, with a major in Sociology and a minor in Spanish. She joins Martin Law with experience from a wide background, with a strong intention to learn from every situation. She is enthusiastic about putting her strengths into practice to help others to the best of her ability.
Throughout college, she also gained experience with neurological research through interning for the psychology department. As for her previous background, she spent many years working in customer service, where she established her strong desire to make connections with others.
In her free time, Madison loves exploring by visiting new places, being in nature, and spending time with others. She also enjoys reading, exercising, and listening to different genres of music.
California Baptist University
- Bachelor of Science in Sociology
- Minor in Spanish
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