In her role as Chief Program Officer, Molly oversees and provides strategic direction for the following services areas: Developmental Disabilities, Child Welfare and Behavioral Health, Head Start and Early Head Start in Puerto Rico, and Camp Felix.
She brings over 25 years of experience in roles dedicated to public health equity – as well as specific expertise in overseeing social service programs at large non-profit organizations. She is an innovative leader with a strong passion for working with children and families, providing client-centered and trauma-informed care, and creating a co-creative leadership culture.
In her most recent role, Molly served as the Interim Chief Clinical Operations Officer at the Trevor Project, where she implemented services linked to the federal 988 mental health phone line, and worked to vastly improve the reach and quality of suicide prevention and crisis intervention services. Prior to that role, Molly served for 12 years at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. As Vice President of Patient Experience & Employee Engagement, she implemented a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program and led the design and implementation of a national professional development program to create Trauma-Informed leaders.
Earlier in her career, Molly held positions overseeing operations at Columbia University Medical Center and the American Red Cross’ September 11th Recovery Program, and has served in additional non-profit grants management and health care operations roles in New York City. Molly has supervised teams from 10 to more than 500 with budget oversight from $3M to nearly $1B.
Molly holds a Master of Public Health, Master of Public Administration, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Russian Studies, all from Columbia University.