Careers - Molly’s Story
 Helping People
Molly’s Story
Helping People
Molly completed her undergraduate studies at Washington University with a bachelor’s in anthropology and a minor in public health. She then went on to work at a high school for two years, providing nutrition education for at-risk youth. Molly went back to school to get a master’s in public health at King’s College in London, and learned about IQ Solutions after graduating. She was drawn to the company for its social marketing and health communications work.
Careers - What Molly Does
 Digital Public Health Research Senior Analyst
What Molly Does
Digital Public Health Research Senior Analyst
Molly and her team are always trying to figure out how to best reach people where they are, whether that’s using digital media and social media or building innovative health apps. Molly is always tinkering with new ways to take evidence-based scientific information and translate it into information that people can use in their daily lives.
 
 
“I started in community health, and that’s truly where my public health passion lies. I’m really excited that there are more community health projects in the future here at IQ Solutions.”
 
“I started in community health, and that’s truly where my public health passion lies. I’m really excited that there are more community health projects in the future here at IQ Solutions.”
 
 
“My advice to someone coming to interview is to clearly articulate that they’re solution-oriented. Working in public health, we’re often faced with various health challenges that our target audience has to overcome. It’s really important to be able to look at those problems, come up with solutions, clearly articulate them, and act on them.”
 
“My advice to someone coming to interview is to clearly articulate that they’re solution-oriented. Working in public health, we’re often faced with various health challenges that our target audience has to overcome. It’s really important to be able to look at those problems, come up with solutions, clearly articulate them, and act on them.”