Molly received her Bachelor degree of Fine Arts in Psychology and sociology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. She spent the following 8 years working with horses, including riding competitively. Molly also supervised at-risk youth, specifically fostered or homeless adolescents, and juvenile offenders. At Fulshear, she started as a residential staff and is currently their equine specialist, using her passion of connecting women with horses while providing examples of strong healthy relationships.
Being an experienced rider and horse personnel, Molly is aware of the healing and growth that can be found while working with horses. She has shown in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, instructed, trained, and ridden just for fun, and witnessing personal achievements along the way. Her heart is in showing others all that can be gained through working with these large, honest animals.
Molly is originally from Houston, Texas. When she’s not with the women in the barn or planning therapeutic activities with a horse, you can find her enjoying the outdoors such as camping, hiking, and fishing. She looks forward to maintaining the equine program and bringing the latest proven discoveries to Fulshear.