Hello! I’m Molly – a freelance journalist, consultant and educator. I’m based in London but grew up in rural Devon. I studied English at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. My three professional passions - journalism, education and inclusion consultancy - often intersect in valuable ways and I go above and beyond for every client to ensure that they get the best service possible.
As a freelance journalist, I have been published locally, nationally and internationally - mostly on education, with my latest articles focusing on language and race in the classroom, how to teach the Holocaust, and my experiences as a working-class student at Cambridge.
I have also been working as an inclusion consultant for the past two years, with a focus on race, gender and the professional environment. Recently, I have delivered seminars for the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service and am currently studying for my CIPD Level 7 Advanced Diploma in Strategic Learning and Development.
Finally, I have been an online educator since 2018 but have also taught in classrooms in the UK and Japan. I mostly teach English, both to UK curriculums and as EFL, but have previously tutored History, Geography, Maths, Science, university applications and personal statements. I also provide educational services as part of my consulting work. My first book, ‘The Online Tutor’s Toolkit’, is coming out with Routledge later this year.
When I am not busy doing all of the above, I am a keen reader, alongside sewing and gaming. I’m also learning Spanish and the ukulele!