Madyson Sloane Foster

Executive Assistant, Marketing Manager

Madyson is a native of Cleveland, Tennessee, and now resides in the Scenic City. She started her career at Oracle Wealth Management, a financial advisory firm of Ameriprise Financial, as an administrative assistant. She quickly moved up to become the Client Services and Marketing Manager. In May 2017, she was hired at Capital Square, LLC as the Executive Assistant and Marketing Manager. She is on track to become an Independent Advisor Representative where her ultimate goal is to help her clients’ financial future and to always have a plan.

Since she was a child, she has been a volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Chattanooga and was appropriately nicknamed the “House Baby.” Since she decided to name her organization of choice as the RMH Chattanooga, she has dedicated several hundreds of hours of volunteer work for the House. In June of 2016 was named co-chair of Chattanooga’s Red Shoe Society, a group of philanthropic young professionals (ages 21-39) who work together to raise funds, encourage new volunteers and enhance awareness of the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Chattanooga. She is one of the founders and leaders of the new society in Chattanooga. She also serves on the Make-A-Wish fundraising committee and is an active member in Junior League Chattanooga Chapter

In addition to her financial career, she has been dancing since the age of 3. She now teaches contemporary ballet, jazz, and conditioning for Tennessee Youth Ballet, and performs as a guest artist. In March of 2008, she was named Tennessee’s Outstanding Teen 2008. The Outstanding Teen program is the little sister of the Miss America Organization. In August of that year she competed in Miss America’s Outstanding Teen. She was invited to Miss America in January of 2009 to perform a dance routine on a preliminary night. She graduated from Cleveland High School in 2009 as a Raider Scholar, Tennessee Scholar, and with Distinguished Honors. She attended Birmingham-Southern College to pursue Dance Performance and Business Administration degrees with both academic and dance scholarship. In 2012, she was named Miss Mountain Lakes and placed Top 15 at Miss Tennessee and received the State Community Service Award. In 2013 she gained the title of Miss Fall Fest 2013 and placed Top 15 in the Miss Tennessee scholarship pageant. In 2017, she was honored with being named a finalist in Chatter Magazine’s 20 Under 40.
She is a diehard Boston Red Sox and Patriots fan and loves to ride roll coasters.In her free time she loves to spend quality time with her Goldendoodle, Remington, and Italian Greyhound, Bowie.