About Me

Hi, friend. My name is Molly. Nice to meet you.

I’m originally from a small town in Mississippi but, no, I don’t have an accent. Today I’m a globetrotter and hoping to plant roots sometime soon. You guessed it. I’m a typical millennial; but, I didn’t earn this status easily. Up until June 2018, I lived in the great city of Columbus, Ohio for eleven years earning my education and building a career. I earned by Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees and spent several years in marketing across industries including corporate retail, start-up, agency and non-profit.

In June 2018, I finished my M.B.A with a focus in Finance while I was also working full-time. At that point, I decided it was a good stopping point and I chose to press pause to re-set and re-configure what was next for me, both personally and professionally. I then then took off for a backpacking adventure across South America. Click here to see my full itinerary.

I worked hard to make this adventure happen. While working full-time I also took on many consulting projects and side jobs while I finished graduate school to save the funds to be able to press pause. Adventures like this don’t just happen. Don’t ever read an article online about someone quitting their corporate job to travel and assume they just snapped their fingers and made it happen. It doesn’t work that way.

While I backpack across the Andes, I’m still finding time to stake out in coffee shops and keep consulting. To learn more about my services or to partner together, click here. I consult for businesses ranging in industry from technology to fashion in areas from copywriting to marketing strategy and financial forecasting.

When I return from my adventure, I do have plans to return full-time to the workforce. If you have a referral or know of a cool company, let me know. See my full resume here.

If you want to chat about another topic like travel, quitting your corporate job, business school, how to be a general badass or you want to give me some encouragement, drop me a line. Cheers!

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