Molly is a certified executive coach who brings more than 20 years in consumer marketing and talent development to Strength Catalyst Partners. She specializes in coaching and training executives to optimize their leadership potential by building on their core strengths and talents. At SCP, Molly leads proprietary programs focused on the following topics: Strengths-based Executive and Team Coaching, Presenting with Impact and Persuasive Business Writing.
Molly co-founded Strength Catalyst Partners in 2007 and has coached executives and teams at Google, Boston Private Bank & Trust Company, Procter & Gamble, Swarovski, Carat, FreshDirect and Wellesley College to strengthen their management and leadership capabilities. She has also worked extensively with executives at Hill Holiday, Tory Burch, Mullen, New Balance, Tank, Mad Pow and The TJX Companies, to advance their presentation and writing skills.
Prior to SCP, Molly honed her formal training expertise while specializing in communication and persuasive presentation skill workshops at RogenSi. There, she conducted management and executive seminars for global clients such as AC Nielsen, Barclays Bank and Biogen.
Molly’s strategic brand building and employee development skills were refined while she held executive marketing positions with worldwide advertising agencies, including Arnold, J. Walter Thompson, DDB and BBDO. Her client experience ranges from packaged goods companies such as Clorox, Frito-Lay and General Mills to real estate and telecommunication giants, Century 21 and Verizon.
While at Arnold, Molly created innovative training seminars, conducted leadership performance coaching seminars, led communication skills workshops and managed Arnold University, a management training program designed for mid-level executives.
Molly received her executive coach certification from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and is ICF certified. Molly graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in English and Telecommunications. She received a Master’s from Northwestern University.