Officer, Economic Prosperity Community
Molly serves as the Officer for Solve’s Economic Prosperity pillar, where she builds partnerships between social entrepreneurs and leaders around the world to advance innovation in the future of work and economic equity. She believes that technology, entrepreneurship and strategic partnerships play a critical role in creating and catalyzing opportunities for prosperity at the global level, particularly in rural areas.
Prior to joining Solve, Molly designed and managed Singularity University’s startup Incubator and Accelerator programs, and worked with a network of global partners to cocreate International Summits that connected and educated thousands of business leaders, policymakers, and entrepreneurs about the power and potential of exponential technology to create a better future. While at Singularity, she also co-founded the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Network and often spoke on topics related to equity, distributed teams and the future of work. Other prior roles include working on TechWomen, a US State Department program for international women leaders in STEM from Africa, Central Asia and the Middle East, as well as at the International Rescue Committee.
Molly graduated from Columbia University with a Master’s of Science in Social Work with specializations in Social Enterprise Administration and International Social Welfare and Services to Immigrants and Refugees, and holds Bachelor’s Degrees from Florida State University in Social Work and International Affairs. She is extremely passionate about the intersection of technology and work to build a more equitable, inclusive, distributed and borderless future for all.