Molly first became interested in podiatry when she sustained running injuries while working as a football boundary umpire. She wanted to understand the mechanism of her medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints) and so began her journey with podiatry, graduating with a Bachelor of Podiatry from Latrobe University in 2009.

Molly has undertaken additional studies to broaden her scope of practice: trigger point dry needling; joint mobilisation & manipulation; strong feet muscle retaining; certificates in fitness & personal training; and a Diploma of Health Science (Nutrition & Herbal Medicine).

Molly has also volunteered as a podiatrist along checkpoints for fundraising events as the Oxfam 100km trail walk, and the Peter MacCallum 60km walk.

Molly has worked in private podiatry clinics in Wagga Wagga NSW, Shepparaton Vic, Mackay QLD, and various practices across metropolitan Melbourne. Molly also spent some time working in the Chronic Wound Clinic at the Caulfield hospital as well as the Caulfield Community Health Service.

Currently Molly works 3 days a week at Ozanam House Homelessness Resource Centre, and two days a week in private practice with the Foot & Ankle Clinic (CBD & East Melbourne).

Molly grew up in Brunswick, and now lives with her wife Abbie in the inner west. In their spare time Molly & Abbie enjoy spending time in their garden with the goal of one day owning a small sustainable farm.