Science & Equity Educator
(828) 252-8474 x 117
Molly is a Southern Oklahoma native who grew up with many animals and venturing outdoors. She has worked as a wild horse and burro technician, teacher, coach, and trail coordinator. Molly’s educational background includes fisheries, wildlife, conservation, and Native studies. She recently obtained a Master’s degree in Native American Leadership, emphasizing Grant Writing for Native Nations. She serves on the Wildlife Restoration Committee for The Wildlife Society, is a Climate and Inclusivity Advocate for We Swim Wild, and is an American Wild Horse Campaign Ambassador. Molly is a respected conservation advocate known for proven skills in community outreach initiatives and is adamant about diversifying the outdoors and amplifying the voices of underrepresented communities. She is an outdoorist who enjoys backpacking, kayaking, climbing, biking, and occasional snow sports. Molly enjoys the outdoors with her partner and pup, home with her cats, iguana, and turtles. Her hobbies include acting, singing, dancing, modeling, and creating art. Molly is honored to serve the community with RiverLink and leverage a passion for social justice, accessible environmental education, and opportunities that encourage a sustainable future for all.