Molly spent her childhood in Texas, Germany and Arizona before her family settled in Salem, Oregon. Moving around a lot as the child of an Army parent helped her build the skills that allow her to connect and establish bonds with her patients today and gave her an innate curiosity, awareness and respect for other cultures. She attended the University of Oregon for bachelor’s degrees in biology and German before moving to New York City for her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing and nurse-midwifery.
Molly enjoys the collaborative nature of working in a team environment to care for women during some of the most important points of their lives. She has been involved in teaching during her medical career, and she brings those skills to her work with women, teaching them about their bodies and helping them feel confident in their ability to care for themselves and their families. While she truly enjoys prenatal care and supporting women during childbirth, she also looks forward to long-term relationships with her patients.
Molly and her husband, who is from Germany, met in Brooklyn, New York. They have two young sons and enjoy camping, hiking and running. Molly also rock climbs and enjoys classical music, photography, knitting and baking. She is fluent in German.