Molly is a PhD student in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School where she plans to study Judgement and Decision Making and Behavioral Economics. She is particularly interested in how to incentivize pro-social behavior in the areas of health, altruism, and women’s rights – both directly in the field and through policy. She is passionate about ultimately teaching in this field and has previously worked as a Teaching Fellow in Micro and Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Social Psychology, and Game Theory and Social Behavior.
Molly is originally from Indianapolis, IN. She graduated Cum Laude from Harvard College in 2017 with high honors in Economics, a secondary in Psychology and Spanish citation. Outside of academics, Molly is an elite rower and was the alternate for the USA Paralympic Team in 2016.