Molly serves as the Program Manager of SU Ventures at Singularity University, where she helps support and scale startups using exponential tech to tackle the world’s most pressing problems. She lives for those lightbulb-illuminating moments with entrepreneurs and loves working with folks who will one day be remembered as people who changed the world. She is passionate about exploring the role technology plays in advancing social progress and human rights at individual, societal, and global levels.
Prior to Singularity University, she 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 has also held roles at the International Rescue Committee (IRC), developing trainings for staff directly interfacing with refugees, and served as the Director of a student-led nonprofit, implementing grassroots development projects in Rwanda, Uganda and Nepal. Additionally, she has worked as a case manager for children of migrant farmworkers in rural Florida, and as an English teacher in Argentina.
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. When she’s not musing about solving the world’s problems at SU, Molly can be found enjoying outdoor spaces, practicing yoga, lost in a good book, or starting impromptu dance parties.