Rachel Molloy is dedicated to ensuring our farmlands, communities, and natural resources are maintained and supported. She believes that a focus on resiliency and adaptation, accessibility of quality vetted information, effective resource deployment, efficiency, and conservation of resources can safeguard and future-proof lands in King County. She brings with her over 20 years of experience in farm-based biofuels, energy, climate, composting and soil health, biodiversity, and digital media outreach.
Rachel grew up working on Iowa and Washington family farms, familiar with animal husbandry, crop rotations, timber, and biodynamic community supported agriculture. She’s helped rural farmers implement wind and biomass as new streams of revenue with the Iowa Energy Center and NW Spark. Today, she is a top professional in outreach and communication at the agency level, a PTSA Sustainability Chair in the Lake Washington School District, and assists in the management of 40 acres of Phase 4 second-generation old growth forest as a Green Redmond Partnership Forest Steward. For additional qualifications and endorsements visit: www.electrachelmolloy.com.
Green Redmond Partnership – Forest Steward
Horace Mann Elementary – PTSA Sustainability Chair
King County Master Composter & Soil Builder
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) – Volunteer
Climate Reality Project – Leadership Corps Mentor
Citizens Climate Lobby – Volunteer
Western Washington Girl Scouts – Assistant Troop Leader
Holy Spirit Lutheran Church – Youth & Family Leader
Redmond Emergency Winter Shelter – Volunteer
Student Conservation Association – Past Volunteer Park Ranger
Sounders Alliance Council (2009-2014) – Secretary