Molly Graham

Brock Environmental Education Center Program Manager


Molly Graham, educator at the Chesapeake Bay FoundationTenure at CBF: September 2014-Present

Education: Salisbury University, Fulton School of Liberal Arts, B.A. in Environmental Studies and minor in Theatre.

Molly joined the island team as a seasonal educator at the Karen Noonan Center (KNC) in fall 2014 and brought with her an enthusiastic teaching style, boundless creativity, and quite a sense of humor! By the start of our 2015 spring season, she was ready to hit the ground running as KNC's assistant program manager. Her drive to learn from and collaborate with others paired with the outstanding coaching of her KNC counterparts has more than prepared her to take the reins of wild Fox Island.

Prior Experience: Molly grew up outside of Baltimore in Catonsville, Maryland. She grew up with a love for the outdoors, and has always been passionate about saving the Chesapeake Bay. During her time at Salisbury University, she was a member of the sailing team and also an active member of the Environmental Students Association. During her summers while she was in college, she worked at residential summer camps in both Maine and Maryland as a waterfront staff member, which sparked her love for working with kids and teaching in an outdoor setting. Molly is over the moon with excitement to be living on the bay and sharing her love for the unique and magnificent Chesapeake Bay through CBF's Education programs!

Favorite Quote: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." -Margaret Mead

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