Molly completed her master's in public health at Boston University, where she studied in the Department of Community Health Science and focused on health policy and advocacy. She conducted research on the impact of firearm-related laws on health outcomes from 2015-2017, including compiling a database of firearm laws in all 50 states over the years 1991-2017. Molly has worked at the Tennessee State Legislature, on several political campaigns, as a political researcher, and in a domestic violence assessment center. She has also conducted research on state education policies regarding bullying laws at schools. Molly's research has been published in the American Journal of Public Health. Following working at Boston University, Molly obtained a master's in social work at the University of Memphis and is currently employed as a social worker.