Madison Clark joined the NBC Nebraska News 2 team in January 2019 as a reporter.
Born in North Platte and raised 25 miles south in Wellfleet, Madison is thrilled to be coming home to the Greater Nebraska area and KNOP.
Madison graduated from the University of Wyoming in December 2018 with a degree in agricultural communications and minors in horticulture, history and journalism.
Growing up, Madison always had an interest in writing and public speaking, and pictured herself being a professional journalist or reporter someday. She was an active member of the Medicine Valley FFA, serving as president and winning district and state titles in public speaking competitions.
Madison attended the University of Wyoming on a rodeo scholarship, having competed in the sport since the age of 4. She also managed the rodeo club’s social media pages, and worked as a student ambassador for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
She served as a communications intern for the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and had multiple articles published in their Cow Country magazine, as well as having articles published in the Rodeo News.
When she’s not telling stories about the things she loves, she’s enjoying them. This includes competing in rodeos and roping events, riding and training horses, gardening, running, fishing, hunting, teaching swimming lessons and bible school, and spending time with her corgis, family and friends.
Having traveled much of the country for her rodeo adventures, Madison admits there’s no greater place in the world than home and she couldn’t be happier to be here.
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