FullSizeRender.jpg-2.jpegMadison Riehle is a junior at the University of Notre Dame majoring in American Studies and minoring in Journalism. Hailing from San Francisco, Riehle began her journalism career at Convent of the Sacred Heart High School where she worked for two years on the staff of the student-run newspaper, The Broadview, before becoming the Editor-in-Chief for her junior and senior years. During her time there she won eleven state and national awards for news, features, and column writing. Riehle also led the newspaper to become the first private school to win the Journalism Education Association’s National Press Freedom Award, two National Pacemaker Finalist awards, and an induction into the NSPA All-American Hall of Fame. At Notre Dame, Riehle serves as both the Advertisement Design Manager and staff News Writer on The Observer, the school’s student-run publication. Riehle has served as the operations intern for AFAR Magazine in San Francisco, as well as a production intern for Fox 5 in New York City. This summer Riehle will be working as the creative production intern at Oath’s San Francisco office. Riehle aspires to work as a producer and writer in the future.


Meeting with Senator Dianne Feinstein in her office with other Broadview members.
Presenting on high school press freedom at the 2015 Columbia Scholastic Press Conference in New York City.
Covering Obama’s second inauguration in 2013 for The Broadview.
Teaching AP Style to junior reporters at The Broadview.
With The Broadview’s Silver Crown Award at the Columbia Scholastic Press Conference in New York City.