Duke University | Fuqua School of Business
Molly is a second-year student at Duke’s Fuqua School, where she holds leadership positions
in the Marketing Club, LGBT Club, Net Impact Club, and Running Club. She was selected as the
head teaching assistant for the core strategy class. Molly is also a Forte Fellow. Between her first
and second year at Fuqua, Molly worked in brand management at Campbell Soup Company.
Prior to Fuqua, Molly spent five years in the consumer products industry, first in brand
management at L’Oreal USA and then in market research at SymphonyIRI. While at L’Oreal, she
launched the successful Excellence To Go hair color line.
Molly is passionate about healthy lifestyles. She seeks to not only make healthy choices in her
own life but also to educate others. She is an avid runner and cook. In Philadelphia, she worked
with Students Run Philly Style, a running organization for inner-city youth, and captained several
intramural sports teams.
As a magna cum laude Marketing major and Art History minor at University of Pennsylvania’s
Wharton School of Business, Molly was recognized for academic leadership with the Thune
Fellowship, consistent Dean’s list status, and tutoring positions for several classes. While at
Penn, she co-founded Penn’s Organ Donation Club, played on the women’s rugby team, and
worked in the development department at the Institute of Contemporary Art.