Molly has always been interested in the PR industry and is happy to be working with the “best out there!” (Her words, though we tend to agree.) Molly excels at media and influencer relations, event planning and coordinating, and content creation (and she particularly loves creating a good TikTok). She worked closely with media and influencers for “So Cold the River”’s Media Day and Movie Premiere at West Baden Resort in French Lick, Indiana. After graduating from the University of Dayton, Molly worked as a sales professional and stylist for Tom James Company before working for the IBJ as an executive assistant and special projects manager.
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