Maddy Goss – Communications Specialist
Maddy Goss joined the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays as a Communications Specialist in September 2020. In this role, Maddy plans to highlight the most important stories in and around the bays to inspire others to protect these valuable resources for generations to come.
Maddy has spent nearly a decade as a regional award-winning journalist, working as a freelance writer and photographer in upstate New York, before joining local newsrooms at The Milford Beacon and The Cape Gazette in Lewes.
Most recently, she tackled environmental investigations and all things Sussex County for Delaware Online/The News Journal, part of the USA Today Network. Maddy also worked with a series of documentary projects sponsored by her alma mater, Duquesne University, after receiving a dual bachelor’s degree in English and journalism.
Maddy grew up in Delaware City and moved back to Delaware in 2013. She lives in Milford with her husband, Scott, and their menagerie of pets. She spends her free time riding horses and enjoys hiking, kayaking, crabbing, fishing and bird-watching—pretty much anything that offers an excuse to turn off the screens and get outside.
Maddy credits her love of nature and all of its critters to days-long field trips to Cape Henlopen State Park as a child, where she first fell in love with Delaware’s horseshoe crabs. She still has lots of #limuluslove to share.