An innovator in the field of finance, sustainability and the monetization of deep energy retrofits in existing buildings, she has a unique, comprehensive and quantitative understanding of the triple bottom line. Grounded in more than 20 years of experience in commercial real estate finance and business consulting she takes a systems approach in cultivating practical solutions and strategies to accelerate the emergence of resilient buildings and vibrant, sustainable cities. As opposed to change, which simply means something different happens, she believes that transformation requires change in awareness and perspective.
Molly is the author of the book "Practical Greening: The Bottom Line on Sustainable Property Development, Investment and Financing" as well as several research reports. A mediator and business coach, she is an active member of the Urban Land Institute's (ULI's) Responsible Property Investment Council and Climate and Land Use (CLUE) Advisory Panel, as well as a Research Fellow for the Responsible Property Investing Center. She has a MBA from the University of San Francisco and an undergraduate degree from the University of California at Davis. Before starting her entrepreneurial career, she spent several years in corporate America Originally from San Francisco, she now lives with her family in Northwest Montana.