Mollie coaches clients to ask hard questions — to discover better opportunities for bigger impact.
Mollie is a journalist by training, a designer by influence, and a strategist by practice. A critical thinker, she oscillates between high-level strategic possibility and focused tactical execution. Through interviews, in-situ observation and deep market exploration, she uncovers insights to shape the strongest strategies.
As a Strategy Associate with Razorfish, Mollie conducted rigorous analysis of a complex global market sector. She mined extensive industry research to build a market-sizing model with 5-year growth projections. Combining her projections with current market share analysis, she built the business case for strategic expansion within the market.
While earning her MBA, she piloted the Innovation Design & Entrepreneurship in Action (IDEA) Accelerator, coaching engineering students through the product design lifecycle, from needs assessment to market sizing, financial projections and investor pitching.
Mollie managed the Boston office marketing team of international architectural design firm Perkins+Will, where she adopted design principles to solve business challenges. She applied her facility with language in her early career as a publicist and editor.
An Ingram scholar, Mollie received her Masters in Business Administration from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Business. She received her undergraduate degree from Emory University. An intrepid entrepreneur, Mollie pursues her current venture from her newly adopted hometown of Nashville.