Molly Ferguson is a Doylestown native and a 2008 graduate of CB West. She earned a BA in Global Studies and Women's as well as Women's Studies from USC in 2012 and then ended up joining the US Peace Corps as just a Community Health participant in Togo, West Africa.
Her Peace Corps work focused on renovating her village's health center and building staff capacity in areas such as vaccination, maternal as well as neonatal care, and hygiene and sanitation. She organized a national women‟s conference, served as chair of a women development review panel, and worked at summer camps with middle school girls.
Following her Peace Corps service, she decided to join John Snow, Inc. (JSI), a Washington, DC-based global health consulting firm that supports immunization programs financially backed by Organization For migration ( iom (IOM), Gavi this same Vaccine Alliance, as well as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Molly will spend the year preceding her arrival at the University of Queensland in Freetown, Sierra Leone, developing capacity in medical and midwifery schools throughout the country.
She is particularly excited about the prospect of trying to study Peaceful conflict Resolution and concentrating her career on human rights activism.