Molly brings nearly 10 years of experience working with fraternity and sorority members both as a campus-based professional and headquarters staff member. As a chapter consultant for Phi Mu, she visited approximately 50 chapters over two years, assisted in establishing two new chapters, and served as a resident consultant for several growing chapters. In her various roles on campuses, Molly has advised chapters from the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National-Panhellenic Council, and Panhellenic Council, and also served as the primary advisor for IFC at Texas Christian University. In her current role as the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at TCU, she has applied Dyad Strategies’ research to the fraternity and sorority residential housing communities to increase cross-chapter connectedness in the facilities, decrease incidents of vandalism, and train chapter resident assistants how to utilize their chapter specific data to enhance the residential living and learning experience. An active volunteer in the fraternity and sorority community, Molly also holds the Assistant Executive Director of Educational Programs board position for SEIFC and is a Panhellenic Specialist for Phi Mu.