Molloy Sheehan works for a global consulting firm where she focuses on public health projects. Recently, she was a Fulbright Scholar in Togo, studying chronic disease prevalence with the Togolese Ministry of Health. She has worked as a research analyst for Atlantic Media and as a community health advisor in Benin in the Peace Corps. Molloy graduated from the University of Virginia where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Master’s in Exercise Physiology. She is passionate about health equity and is an avid snowboarder and runner.
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