The serious stuff:
Molly grew up in the New England region, having moved down to Florida for college to obtain her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communications and Emerging Media. During college, she was a Residential Assistant on campus helping first-time students transition into their new phase of living independently. In her last year of college, Molly wrote an investigative journalism piece involving the 20+ year Breed Specific Ban in the county, working with local news anchors and city-governed offices to uncover the myths of breed discrimination.
Before joining CCS as the Operations Manager, Molly had held managerial positions in tech companies, as well as in fitness industry settings. Some of the highlights in these roles include employee engagement, recruitment, and heading internal standard operating procedures.
Molly also owns her own Nonprofit Animal Rescue, based in Colorado. Molly was highly involved in volunteering at local shelters and has been fostering dogs since 2017, which were stepping stones to successfully running a rescue today.
The fun stuff:
Molly currently lives in Basalt, Colorado with 2 rescue dogs of her own, Kali and Dobby, who get the most of her attention. She also rescued 2 pigs at the beginning of 2022, Arnold and Gus, and almost always has a few foster dogs wandering around her home. Molly enjoys her free time going to CrossFit, sitting outside in the sun during summertime, and sitting by the fire in the wintertime. Molly’s future visions involve eventually housing other barnyard animals like donkeys and goats, as well as expanding her rescue network to be able to keep successfully saving animals.