Why we admire Molly:
is one of those rare people who manage to change the world – and make
it look effortless. She has operated at the highest levels of
government and industry around the world, influencing policy and
changing behaviour and all the while with grace and a smile.
She’s a woman to be reckoned with who among many things, convenes
the Business Leaders Forum for Sustainable Development.
More information regarding Molly:
the sustainability expert for the Opening Plenary of the World Economic
Forum’s 2000 meeting in Davos. She serves on the Boards of the
Australia Institute, Global Action Plan, Clean up Australia, and has
also served on the Boards of the Australian Building Energy Council, the
Environment Management Industry Association of Australia, the
Eco-Efficiency Consultative Group, The Australian National Committee for
the Earth Charter, and the International Advisory Council for the
Foreign Policy Association.
She was the Chair of King Carl
Gustaf’s Business Leadership and the Environmental Symposium, Stockholm,
Sweden, and the Myerhoff Visiting Scholar, Series on Global Civic
Responsibility, Goucher College, Baltimore, NM.
Magazine recently identified Molly as a “Woman to Watch into 2000″.
Molly earned her Bachelor degree in Environmental Studies and Natural
Resource and Natural Resource Economics with honours from the
University of California, Santa Cruz. She was a distinguished Bates
Resident Scholar at Yale University where she earned a Masters in
Environmental Policy from the School of Environmental Studies.
January 1995, Molly was selected to be a member of the World Economic
Forum’s Global Leaders for Tomorrow program, made up of individuals
worldwide born after 1950, who have distinguished themselves as
recognised leaders in the world community.