Molly Murphy - New Hampshire

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Molly Murphy - New Hampshire

Molly currently works as the Communications Manager for the NH School Funding Fairness Project, a nonprofit organization committed to using public policy and grassroots and legislative advocacy to end inequities in the New Hampshire school funding and property tax systems. She became passionate about education policy while working as a Gallery Teacher at the Yale University Art Gallery, where she taught over 1,000 New Haven public school students. Before joining NHSFFP she served as a fellow with IntegrateNYC, a youth-centered advocacy and legal aid group, where she designed and piloted a legal observer training program for students to issue spot civil rights violations in their schools. Molly has also served in communications roles on political and issue campaigns. Prior to her work in politics and advocacy, Molly was a professional classical bassoon player. She played in professional orchestras around the country, performed for three summers as a fellow at the Aspen Music Festival, and placed in the semifinals of an international feminist Vivaldi bassoon competition (she promises that’s a real thing). Outside of work she enjoys cooking and eating.