Madisen Martinez

Madisen Martinez

I am Madisen Martinez from South Dakota. I'm an active high school student involved with extracurricular activities such as soccer, basketball, and track. My favorite thing to do is experience new adventures through traveling and vacations with family. My dream is to pursue a career in journalism, because I want spread inspiring stories to the world. I also want to give back to my country by serving in the military after college. I aim to be known as someone who always makes the time to help others.


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