Raised in Delaware and Montgomery Counties, Molly’s family instilled in her the values of fighting for economic and social justice and serving her community. That commitment to service led Molly to a career in science. Today an internationally awarded bioengineer, she earned a PhD in biophysics developing battlefield and remote hospital-ready blood substitutes, and now works to produce new technologies to advance cancer research. From her work in the lab to being a mom, Molly knows progress is made by hearing people's stories first-hand, looking at the evidence and working hard to collaborate. A lifelong Democrat, she will bring her empathetic problem-solving approach to Congress where it is sorely needed.