Maddie’s Footprints Staff

Edie Couvillon | Executive Director

ecouvillon@maddiesfootprints.org
Edie was born and raised in Scott, Louisiana, and graduated from Carencro High School and LSU. She has worked in the non-profit industry for 11 years, with much of that time being spent with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Edie has two grown children, Shelby and Josh, and owns her own trail racing company, Paix Running. When she is not working with Maddie’s or Paix Running, Edie enjoys running in town and on wooded trails. When asked about her transition to Maddie’s, “I am honored to work with such an incredible organization. The passion of the staff and volunteers for our families makes every day meaningful. I am looking forward to being a part of Maddie’s for many years to come, and watching it grow and reach more families in the Acadiana and Greater Baton Rouge areas.”

Ashley Stroder | Program Director

ashley@maddiesfootprints.org
Born and raised in Maurice, LA, Ashley attended ULL where she obtained her Sociology degree. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts and then went on to receive her Master's in Social Work from LSU. Ashley now resides in Breaux Bridge with her husband, Marcus, and two children, Carson and Caroling. For the past 10 years Ashley has specialized in helping families deal with grief and loss. These topics have formed a very special place in her heart which has led her to become passionate about helping those in need during some of the most difficult times of their lives. Ashley is looking forward to continuing this journey with the same amount of passion as she takes on this new role as Program Director at Maddie's Footprints. She looks forward to meeting new faces and joining others in need as she begins this new chapter in her life.

Hannah Guillory | Events & Marketing Coordinator

hannah@maddiesfootprints.org
Hannah was born and raised in Lafayette, graduated from Lafayette High and ULL in Hospitality Management. She spent 2 years after graduation in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina managing a couple of restaurants there. Hannah has always had a passion for helping others and through the years she has devoted her time to helping people with special needs, summer camps, and recreation centers. She loves working within any realm of the hospitality industry as she loves working with people and finds joy in assisting others in celebrating life. Hannah fell in love with Maddie's when her sister lost her daughter Nora in 2015. It is an absolute dream of Hannah's to be contributing to helping families the way Maddie's helped hers, as well as giving back to the organization in this position.