Molly has always been drawn to traveling abroad. Whether it was becoming a foreign exchange student, working as a nanny overseas or touring Slovenian jazz clubs with her high school band, she quickly developed a knack for seeking out new opportunities for adventures.
She was first exposed to Africa in 2011 on a college service trip to Lesotho, a small country within South Africa. This experience opened her eyes to the raw beauty of life beyond the western world. After graduating from Wittenberg University, she moved to Boston and ran a small photography company with her brother. Fast forward three years, two apartments and one serious case of the travel bug, she has now reconnected with her passion of travel.
Outside the office, you'll find Molly channeling her inner hippie at the yoga studio, skiing in Vermont or playing with her two labs, Yogi and Finn.
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I'll never forget when…
I woke up early, probably at around 6am for my first game drive. I made a cup of coffee in my room and stepped outside in my pajamas for some fresh air. It was quiet, and despite the overcast weather, the view of the bush from the terrace was beautiful. Slowly, but suddenly, a massive bull elephant came sauntering into the picture. He was looking back towards camp and flapped his ears a few times in frustration, before he turned his head and began his walk back to the bush. I watched in awe as he trudged along, his tail swaying side to side. It was so stunning and special to have this moment all to myself. I couldn't let myself blink. I stood there staring with my mouth open for as long as my eyes could still see him until his grey figure gradually faded into the brush.