Molly Minman is a Pittsburgh native, now living in Meadville, and works as the Pathway of Hope Director for the Salvation Army, which she says is one of her greatest achievements.
She earned her master’s in public administration from Gannon University as well as a bachelor’s in communication from Robert Morris University and a certificate in nonprofit leadership from the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Leadership.
Molly’s role with the Salvation Army has her covering five counties and includes helping her clients find local resources, which she said has been going great in Venango County.
“Every organization I’ve reached out to has been incredibly helpful, which makes me really enjoy working in the area. People are so willing to collaborate,” she says.
She says her other greatest achievement has been balancing her career with caring for her nine-month-old son in the midst of the current pandemic.
Molly’s professional goals include going to law school so that she can “use her experience in the nonprofit sector to help low-income families with legal concerns.”
One of her favorite things to do when she travels is to visit the local coffee shop, so she frequents Bossa Nova and Karma Coffee. Her other hobbies include reading, watching the news, volunteering, camping, and playing with her puppy.