Mollie is a designer and communications strategist who specializes in using design to improve civic engagement and policy-making. Mollie leads Reboot’s design team, guiding the development and production of Reboot’s internal and external creative outputs.
With a background in US policy and advocacy, Mollie brings knowledge of domestic government systems to her leadership as a ‘design for social impact’ advocate.
Mollie comes to Reboot from the world of politics, where she previously developed communications strategies for public health advocacy campaigns at Upstream Public Health, coordinated voter
registration efforts in underserved communities at the Bus Project, mobilized students around national climate policy, and designed visual communications for countless candidates for public office, non-profits,
businesses and advocacy efforts.
Mollie is an alumna of the School of Visual Art’s Impact! Design for Social Changeresidency, a former National PolitiCorps Fellow, and a graduate of
Pomona College, where she earned accolades for her thesis work in Media Literacy education. Raised overseas by her State Department family, she can often be found lurking through the halls of one of New York City’s many wonderous museums.