Molly partners with GPA to support clients in designing impactful and values-based philanthropic plans, and she helps clients navigate and build relationships within the nonprofit community. She is an independent social impact and philanthropic advisor who supports foundations, corporations, and individual philanthropists.
Based in Charlotte, NC, Molly has extensive experience working inside communities as well as private and public systems and served as President and CEO of Communities In Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg from 2011-2020 where she and 125 team members worked to empower, support, and case-manage more than 30,000 students annually. Prior to joining Communities In Schools, Molly launched and led The Charlotte Teachers Institute, an initiative designed to strengthen teaching in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. She also spent several years at Davidson College in various fundraising roles.
Molly has served on community boards to advocate for organizations that promote early childhood learning, literacy, youth development, college access, supportive housing, foster care and adoption, workforce development, the arts, and women’s collective giving. She has published op-eds and delivered talks locally and nationally on topics including economic mobility, educational trends and solutions, cradle to career success, social capital, trust-based philanthropy, and leadership. Molly is a graduate of Davidson College and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is also a 21/64 Certified Advisor. She is married to David Webb and has three children, Max, Kate, and Cam.