You can see my bio here and my press page here. I also have a business advice book coming out in spring 2017 – more details to come!
I love connecting with audiences about millennials, digital media, marketing, networking, podcasts, the side hustle generation, and more.
I have had the opportunity to speak to groups ranging in size from small group “fireside chats” to large auditoriums, in roles ranging from solo speaker, keynote speaker, panel guest, discussion moderator, and Q&A facilitator.
I have been fortunate to speak at some wonderful places including New York’s Social Media Week, the New York Start-up Institute, Columbia Business School Alumni Club, 20-Something Bloggers Conference, The Li.st event, She’s the First Campus Leadership Summit, Lean In circles, on local television morning shows, sorority events, and more. I am also an instructor at General Assembly, and have taught over 30 classes for them.
If you are interested in talking about an event or program you think I would be a good fit for, please shoot me an email and let’s chat – I always love interesting new speaking opportunities.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks – looking forward to your email!
“Molly stole the show at the Smart Girls Conference. She was inspirational, yet relatable, in a room full of women of all ages. The feedback from her panel, and particularly her involvement in it, has been overwhelmingly positive. She delivered a powerful message on the power of personal branding in a way that resonated with all of our 300 attendees.” — Emily Raleigh, Founder, Spire & Co.
“Molly is an excellent speaker and her energy is infectious! When she spoke at our Blogger Brunch, we feasted on food while she dropped some serious blog knowledge on our group. She was thorough and well prepared and just like her blog she provided our community with great tips and resources on how to get your writing career started via a blogging. Highly recommend her!” — Nicole Monahan, Co-Founder, Women Who Brunch
“We so appreciated Molly’s pointed ‘from the dais’ questions and commentary, which did so much to create the fresh, smart and ‘charming while getting to the quick of the matter’ tenor of the evening.“ – Kate Hartnick Elliott, Member of the Board, Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York