Since Molly joined SGA in 2017, she has become a leading designer in the firm’s rapidly growing higher-education practice. Her role encompasses every stage of projects, but she especially enjoys programming and space planning, when she interacts with all key stakeholders within an academic community and envisions how an interior environment will fit its needs. Molly views these phases as puzzles to unlock.
Another strong motivation for Molly is the opportunity to develop designs that promote sustainability. She takes great pride in the passive house projects SGA has completed, and continues to incorporate advances in energy-efficiency into a variety of building types at prominent universities.
Previously, Molly served as a senior interior designer at Matiz Architecture & Design in New York City. During her five-year tenure there, she honed her expertise in higher education by designing a number of projects for prestigious institutions in Manhattan. She also gained valuable experience in the commercial and residential markets.
Molly received a Bachelor of Arts in art history from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, and a Master of Fine Arts in interior design from The Pratt Institute in New York City. In her spare time, she reads and draws with her two children, cooks, and entertains. Her ideal evening involves hosting a dinner party for a dozen friends.