Coined by CNN as “the female Jerry McGuire,” Molly has worked with hundreds of house hold names; Major League Baseball stars, NBA coaches, PGA and LPGA golfers, NCAA basketball, football coaches and media personalities, including John Smoltz, Mark DeRosa, Matt Kuchar, Doc Rivers, Tom Izzo, Ernie Johnson, Jr., Joe Theisman, Roger Staubach and hundreds more.
Her most recent book, “The Business of Being The Best: Unlock the Secrets of the Go-Getters and Game Changers,” Molly shares her formula to maximize human capital through her unique ability to connect sports to business. Molly also authored “Your Dream Job Game Plan – Five Tools for Becoming Your Own Career Agent” a book which provides the formula for finding or transitioning jobs and careers.
In 2012 MWF Enterprises launched The Betterment Institute www.bettermentinstitute.com. A place to inspire and maximize people using videos and worksheets to create long term behavior change. Companies, managers, individuals and teams, use it to make the process of personal and professional growth engaging and sustainable.
As a trailblazer in the sports business, Molly has received dozens of awards over the years, such as Outstanding Alumni from Michigan State University, 2010 W2W Ascendancy Awards for Business Women, POW Womenetics Award in 2011 and several others. Her awards recognize her entrepreneurial achievements for her inspiration, optimism, high character and thought leadership.
Molly has been featured extensively in the media including appearances on TV, radio and podcast interviews such as CNN, WSJ, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, USA Today, The Washington Post, Fox 5, WSB, Good Day Atlanta, 790 The Zone and many more.
In addition, Molly is on the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta board and a member of the Atlanta Downtown Rotary. Molly is also a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO). As well as serving on select corporate boards.
Molly graduated from Michigan State University where she competed on the Women’s Tennis Team (1989-1993). Molly is married to Fred Fletcher and is the mother of three daughters, including a set of twins.
Session: Field 'em Like the Best