Molly joined the Board in 2020. She moved to Whidbey Island in 2018 after spending most of her adult life in Western Washington. Molly worked in outdoor education and studied environmental science as a young adult and spent many years hiking, biking, and camping throughout Puget Sound and on Whidbey Island. Molly credits time in the natural environment with helping her find peace and clarity in the midst of a busy world. She continues to enjoy hiking, birding, and exploring the nooks and crannies of wild Whidbey Island at every opportunity. Molly worked in the field of substance abuse treatment and research during her professional career. Most recently, she led a nonprofit for seven years and hopes this experience will be of value to the board.