Data and Research Coordinator
Mollie Rich was promoted to Data and Research Coordinator in 2020. In this role, she works on data analysis, research and communication, while also managing current and future projects for the Data team. Mollie joined Turnaround in 2017 as a Research and Analytics Assistant and was promoted to Associate, Applied Science in 2019.
Prior to joining Turnaround, Mollie was a Student Advisory Board member for Colby Cares About Kids, where she helped train and orient college students to serve as mentors to children in Waterville, Maine. She was also a research assistant at Colby College’s Emotion and Mood Lab, where she studied depression, stress and social belonging in young adults.
Mollie holds a B.A. in psychology from Colby College.
What book has influenced you most?
“Catcher in the Rye” – I found protagonist Holden Caulfield’s manner of looking at the world in such a raw and honest way refreshing and it changed how I look at the world around me.
What motivates you?
The ability to evaluate programs rigorously by studying data. I want to determine what truly makes a difference and what will lead to a lasting and positive impact.