Mollie manages Reboot’s creative team, guiding the production of compelling print and digital materials. She is also Reboot’s lead visual facilitator and contributes to domestic service design initiatives.
Mollie comes to Reboot from the world of political organizing and advocacy. During the 2010 midterm elections, she directed Get-Out-the-Vote efforts for The Bus Project, including Trick or Vote, the largest US non-partisan volunteer political canvassing operation. Previously, Mollie worked as a legislative aide to an Oregon State Representative, where she orchestrated successful political coalitions to pass legislation on issues such as human trafficking and clean energy. As a national organizer with Focus the Nation, she played a similar coalition-building role, fostering relationships with partner organizations across the country.
An accomplished graphic designer, Mollie has produced visual communications for over 30 campaigns and causes, including the website and brand identity for Jefferson Smith for Mayor, and the Racial Equality Strategy Guide for the Urban League of Portland. She also designed and implemented an integrated communications plan for public health advocacy campaigns at Upstream Public Health.
Mollie is a graduate of Pomona College, an alumna of the School of Visual Art’s Impact! Design for Social Change residency, and a former National PolitiCorps fellow. Raised by her State Department family abroad, she was the 1999 high jump star at the Cairo American College Screaming Eagles Invitational Track and Field Meet.