Madelaine Braggs serves as the Chief Digital Officer for Rose Law Group. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, where she focused her education on both broadcast news and public relations. Her professional experience includes being a reporter and producer for NBC News Radio, helping launch the Black Information Network with iHeartMedia, and PR for local Phoenix small businesses.
Her first gig was at The Sierra Vista Herald printing a monthly publication titled The Buena Pegasus, where she wrote articles ranging from topics like the rising rate of prescription drug use in teens, neglected health standards in schools and city investments in technology. She served as the Editor in Chief, a senior reporter and the digital designer.
While earning her degree, she was published in the Phoenix Business Journal, produced video shorts on indigenous culture in Arizona and was employed by iHeartMedia. There, she started out in event and business promotions and was then hired on KFYI 550 AM to produce for The Chris Merill Show with her segment “Mad on the Street.”
She later joined NBC Radio as a news operations assistant writing newscast scripts for radio stations in several states and was eventually promoted to State News Producer. During her time at NBC, she interviewed several members of U.S. Congress and witnesses of the tragic Parkland High School shooting in Florida. She’s covered natural disasters, elections, legislation, live press conferences, award shows, interviewed celebrities like John Stamos and Minka Kelly and has produced countless radio packages. She was awarded the Most Valuable Player recognition for the year 2019.
Currently, Madelaine directs digital media marketing for Rose Law Group and provides the Arizona community with the latest news at Rose Law Group Reporter. Articles are curated daily from various local sources to create a niche of content geared towards real estate developers, the legal community, local leaders and business professionals. She composes RLGR’s Dealmaker newsletter, sending news that matters to you right to your inbox. (Click here to sign up.) She is also the producer and one of three hosts on The Rose Report podcast, which is available on nearly all podcast platforms.
As an avid lover for the arts, Madelaine serves on the Phoenix Art Museum’s Circles of Support Advisory Council, working to boost the philanthropic efforts at one of the finest cultural institutes in America. She’s the youngest council member to ever serve in the role.
Madelaine’s favorite things are purple, her dog Louie, art museums, black and white movies, hiking mountains and making digital content.
In The News
[PODCAST] Valley Metro’s Storylines: Take a ride on Artsline with Madelaine Braggs
An art-transportation connection: Did you know the Valley’s light rail system has 55 murals along its stops? This podcast, produced by the City of Phoenix’s Regional Public Transportation Authority, celebrates the integral part art plays in the transit system. And it features Rose Law Group’s Chief Digital Officer Madelaine Braggs, who brings Storylines hosts Brittany Hoffman and Peter Corkery up to speed on the latest happenings at Phoenix Art Museum.
Phoenix Art Museum brainstorms on keeping up with virtual reality; Rose Law Group Web3 Lawyer Omar Abdallah presents at NFT panel
(Left to right: Jeremy Mikolajczak, Director and CEO of the Phoenix Art Museum, Artist Yves Amu Klein, and Independent Art Consultant Anna Vivette, Omar Abdallah, Web3 Attorney at Rose Law Group.) By Madelaine Braggs | Rose Law Group Reporter The Phoenix Art Museum is looking towards the future, with an NFT panel event featuring Rose Law Group, a globally recognized
Web3-Peat Champ: Rose Law Group Metaverse Planning & Design Director Eduardo Dávalos wins third hackathon (in a row)
By Madelaine Braggs | Rose Law Group Reporter Rose Law Group’s Director of Metaverse Planning and Design is the reigning champion of ETHGlobal hackathons, three consecutive times over. Eduardo Dávalos and his team were amongst the winners of this month’s ETHSan Francisco, the biggest ETHGlobal hackathon ever with around 1,700 attendees, including participants from 46 countries. Out of nearly 300