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  1. I’ve had the honor of working with Ms. Maday to educate students at the middle school level. Her creativity is beyond anything I’ve ever witnessed in my 25 years of teaching. She is able to take abstract concepts and teach it in a way that makes it relevant to students’ lives. Students thrive in her compassionate classroom.

    Coincidentally, Ms. Maday was also my daughter’s volleyball coach at ETHS. I was able to witness the strong correlation between team-building and game success. At the freshman level, she understood how important it was for the players to make strong positive connections so they could support each other when games aren’t going as planned. They continued to stay positive and come out with smiles each time.

    Girls Play Sports is simply Ms. Maday spreading her love of sports and using it as a vehicle for promoting leadership amongst females. In a small community, such as Evanston, the empowerment of a single female has ripple effects that radiate for generations. Imagine the tsunami that can occur with an entire team of strong females!

    Congratulations, Ms. Maday!