Mother, Bioengineer, Proud Progressive.


Molly has dedicated her life to giving back to the community that always supported her.

Born and raised in Delco and Montco, Molly learned firsthand the value of service. Even when it was hard to make ends meet growing up, she could always count on her community for support.

Now, Molly wants her community to know that they can count on her.

Molly went to local public schools and started her own small childcare business to afford college. She worked hard and earned her doctorate from UPenn while starting her family in South Philadelphia and is now an award-winning scientist working on cancer research.

Molly has always been an active member of her community. She has championed early-childhood education, negotiated group health insurance plans for thousands of Pennsylvanians, and worked to expand youth programs for our kids.

Now, she is ready to listen to her community, and work for you in D.C.


TIME features Molly on the need for scientists like her in D.C.


Molly’s Priorities


Lower healthcare costs and fix inefficiencies in our healthcare system while moving the U.S. to a single-payer system of coverage.


Create innovative partnerships with Labor, Industry and Schools to establish a dynamic workforce that will stimulate a world-class tech sector in our region. Increasing the Federal minimum wage to $15 per hour.


Counteract Climate Change through the promotion of clean energies and a modernized energy infrastructure. Protect our public lands and natural resources.


Repeal Citizens United and pass public campaign financing to remove the role of money in our political processes and end voter suppression.


Expand early childhood education to universal pre-K and paid family leave. Create apprenticeship and retraining programs to assist workers throughout their lives in changing economies.



Find out more about Molly’s life and accomplishments as a mom and bioengineer.

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On the Issues

Real problems require real solutions. Learn more about Molly's vision for evidence-based policy in DC.

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