Molly attended Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa where she received bachelor’s degrees in social work and psychology. Inspired by social justice and her passion for working with children, she went on to pursue a Master of Occupational Therapy degree from Elmhurst University. Her fieldwork experiences varied across lifespan, however she has always been motivated to work alongside children. She has previous experience working with the pediatric population dating back to 2013, where she began cultivating her passion as a 1:1 summer camp counselor for children with various diagnoses. The opportunity to work for such an innovative and unique company as NAPA Center has inspired her to move across the country to train and prepare for the new clinic opening in Chicago. In her free time, Molly enjoys traveling, playing and watching sports, spending time with family and friends, and most of all exploring with her dog, Mack.