Maddy Roy Associate Chief of Staff & NYU Dental

Madhura Maddy Roy

Maddy will attend NYU College of Dentistry beginning in Sept 2017. She is great!!!


Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO  2016

Bachelor of Arts: Biochemistry major, Asian Studies Minor

Honors/Awards: Dean’s List, CC Leadership Award, Shelby Davis Scholarship

Waterford Kamhlaba United World College of Southern Africa, Mbabane, Swaziland  2010 – 2011

Received International Baccalaureate Diploma, Nov 2011

Maputo International School, Maputo, Mozambique  2005 – 2009

Received International General Certificate of Secondary Education, Nov 2009


Research Assistant, Biochemistry Department, Colorado College, CO  2015 – 2016

Cloned genes and characterized proteins in the TerY-P triad in Acinetobacter baylyi

Laboratory Assistant, Biology Department, Colorado College, CO  2013 – 2014

Prepared bacterial samples and operated Atomic Force Microscope for imaging bacteria


Prison Project, Colorado College, CO  2015 – 2016

Held fundraisers and discussions to spread awareness of the broken prison system

Sophomore Advanced Initiative for Leadership (S.A.I.L) Mentor, Colorado College, CO 2015 – 2016

Mentored and provided support for a sophomore in college

Ubuntu, Colorado College, CO 2014 – 2015

Secretary of African Student Club, organized meetings, and planned Africa Day


Prison Project, Colorado Springs, CO  2015 – 2016

Met with ex-convicts to plan a booklet for released convicts to find necessary support and help ease the transition between prison and release

Cool Science, Colorado College, CO 2015 – 2016

Engaged children by performing short Science experiments with the goal of encouraging them to pursue Science

Dalhart Animal Wellness Group and Sanctuary (DAWGS), Dalhart, TX  2013

Cared for dogs and cats at the animal shelter and set up for adoption day

Tutor, Maputo, Mozambique  2012

Tutored 9th grade Science and English

Sobhiyozo Preschool, Mbabane, Swaziland  2011

Collaborated with others to improve school facilities and learning environment for pre-schoolers

Imaginate, Mbabane, Swaziland  2010

Motivated students to express themselves creatively in a school that lacked art in their curriculum


Languages: conversational French and Portuguese, elementary Japanese

Computer Programs: MS Office, Minitab, Mathematica