"Fishing is rooted in our history and sustains today’s local economy. The Alliance’s work is critical to protecting and preserving the future of fishing on the Cape."
Prior to joining the Fishermen’s Alliance in November 2017, Molly worked in philanthropy and policy roles with a small non-profit in Washington. Molly is a fourth generation commercial fisherman, where she grew up fishing for sockeye salmon on the Kenai Peninsula, in Alaska. From an early age, Molly gained a respect for the ocean and the people who rely on its resources. She has tailored her education and work history to either working with fishermen or advocating for them. She has a Juris Doctor of Law from Roger Williams University School of Law, a Master’s of Marine Affairs from the University of Rhode Island, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the University of Nevada.
Molly is excited to work with the community that supports the Fishermen’s Alliance. Her main responsibilities include managing the annual giving program, community sponsorships, and industry memberships.
Molly Ogren, Donor and Community Relations Coordinator