Molly is the Community Partnerships Manager at Green For All, where she is focused on cultivating community-based partners and local leaders to advance a bold national strategy for building an inclusive green economy. Molly is passionate about utilizing creative facilitation, strategic thinking, and deep listening to bring together unique groups of community members, partners, and stakeholders to find common purpose. Prior to joining the Green For All team, Molly served as the Special Assistant of Strategy & Planning to Dream Corps’ CEO & COO. Through working on both internal and external strategy, Molly developed a deep commitment to re-imagining and co-creating organizational models that parallel the world we are dreaming of.
Molly is a systems-thinker, and her fascination with networks is rooted in the food justice movement. Before her time at Dream Corps, Molly worked with six Alameda County high schools to develop on-campus gardens and a comprehensive food-justice curriculum and has spent time practicing sustainable agriculture on farms across the U.S., Southern England, and Northern India. Molly graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a BA in Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and Environmental Anthropology. In St. Louis, Molly also directed a local urban farm and worked with multiple nonprofits supporting women in prison, as well as served as a Teaching Assistant for the university course “Women and Prison.” Now based in Oakland, California, Molly is a Jewish educator & organizer and spends her time exploring with her very squirmy pittie, Rhubarb.