Molly is the Senior Manager of International Summits at Singularity University. In this role she designs, manages, and often speaks at Summits, working with international partners to connect and educate thousands of business leaders, policymakers, and entrepreneurs about the power and potential of exponential technology to create a better future.
Molly designed and facilitated numerous programs for entrepreneurs and startups at Singularity University Ventures before joining the International Summits team, including the Incubator, Accelerator, and Sprint program serving SU Portfolio Companies. She also currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Women’s Impact Network at SU, an organization with the mission to promote gender equity, diversity, inclusion, and empowerment for all in the SU global community, within the SU staff, and across all programs.
Prior to Singularity University, Molly worked for the Institute of International Education on the TechWomen program, a State Department initiative bringing women leaders in STEM from 20 countries to Silicon Valley for professional development and entrepreneurship training. She also spent time at the International Rescue Committee (IRC) developing trainings for staff directly interfacing with refugees; serving as a case manager for children of migrant farm workers in rural Florida; and directing a nonprofit, leading grassroots development projects in Rwanda, Uganda, and Nepal.
Molly graduated from Columbia University with a Master’s of Science in Social Work, focusing on Social Enterprise Administration, International Social Welfare, and Services to Immigrants and Refugees. She also holds Bachelor’s degrees in Social Work and International Affairs from Florida State University. She is extremely passionate about the role of technology and remote work in building a more equitable, inclusive, borderless future for all.