Molly joined HAI in 2015 as part of the ACCISS Study, bringing her experience in global health communications, advocacy and campaigning to raise awareness and action to improve access to insulin.
Previously, she served as the Director of Communications for a youth-based diabetes empowerment organisation, AYUDA, Inc., and before that, worked at the World AIDS Campaign creating and implementing global mobilisation campaigns around HIV and human rights. She is also the Co-founder of the 100 Campaign and serves as a consultant and on various advisory groups that promote issues relating to non-communicable diseases, youth empowerment and access to insulin. As a person living with type 1 diabetes, Molly strongly believes in ensuring that all people in need have access to the medicine that has allowed her to not only live, but thrive, with diabetes since her diagnosis.
Molly holds a Master’s Degree in Life Science Communications from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio-Television-Film from the University of Texas-Austin.