Molly spent years as a newspaper photographer in three different states photographing just about everything, including scenes of senseless gun violence. However, it was upon having children of her own that she felt the urgency to become an activist for gun violence prevention and work with Brady United. She also serves as the Gun Safety Chair for the League of Women Voters of Florida. These organizations have given her a voice to advocate for the gun violence crisis to be deemed the public health crisis that it is.
Currently, she believes the only way we will affect change in gun violence prevention to engage voters. We need to give people the facts and give people fair and equal access to voting.