Education

Master of Science in School Psychology, National University

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, California Polytechnic State University

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Molly Molnar
Molly Molnar, MS
College of Liberal Arts

Biography

"Ashford provides the unique platform of online education to level the playing field for all students via multimedia and technology in a way that has not been possible in a traditional classroom."

Molly Molnar is an Instructor in the College of Liberal Arts at Ashford University. She earned her Master’s degree in School Psychology from National University and holds a Pupil Personnel Services credential in School Psychology. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Instructor Molnar started her professional career as a college recruiter for a large insurance company. She has been an educator since 2008, working in different capacities within both public and private school systems from kindergarten through Masters’ level programs. She specializes in high-risk populations and has closely worked with students with disabilities within the classroom developing Individual Education Plans, behavior supports, and classroom accommodations. Molnar began working at Ashford in 2010, where she has been a Lead Instructional Specialist and an Adjunct Associate faculty member. She works specifically with the student military population and currently sits as a committee member for the Student Military Veteran Task Force. In this capacity, she provides monthly updates from the university to the faculty members via the faculty forums. Molnar says, “Teaching is a very rewarding job, thanks in great part to the students. At Ashford University we are lucky to work with a diverse population of students all the way from active overseas military to working parents. Ashford provides the unique platform of online education to level the playing field for all students via multimedia and technology in a way that has not been possible in a traditional classroom. Instructors have the ability to provide the same lesson in different modalities and to reach all students in the classroom.” Molnar is a San Diego native. She can usually be found playing with her French Bulldog Moose, relaxing with her husband and son, or competing in open water swims and mini triathlons.

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