Molly has recently graduated from the University of Glasgow with an MSc in Conservation Management of African Ecosystems. Her MSc research focused on the impacts of anthropogenic pressure and protected areas on African lion habitat selection in northern Tanzania. She is a Mandarin Chinese speaker and has an undergraduate degree in Chinese Studies from the University of Edinburgh, with time spent studying and traveling in China and Taiwan. As an early career researcher, Molly is looking forward to helping synthesize the Development Corridors Partnership findings and is excited to work with stakeholders in China, Kenya, Tanzania, and the UK. In her spare time, Molly has recently been involved with helping The SockStar Project, a start-up organisation dedicated to improving the welfare of wildlife rangers working in remote areas worldwide.