Mollie Jamison is recent graduate from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She graduated with a M.A. in Investigative Journalism in December 2021. Mollie served in the Peace Corps for 15 months. She taught English in the costal town of La Libertad, Ecuador. She has also lived and worked abroad in London and Barcelona. She is a bilingual, multimedia journalist from Texas with experience in all things media.
While her focus has been magazine and news writing, she has experience in broadcast, public and media relations, marketing, copy writing and editing. She was previously the Arts & Culture Editor of DFW Child Magazines and the Marketing and Event Coordinator of a non-profit named SPARK! in Dallas, Texas. She has worked as a reporter for the school newspapers at both Tyler Junior College and the University of North Texas, where she received a B.A. in Journalism and a minor in Political Science. In Ecuador, she also served as Editor-in-Chief of the volunteer-operated magazine, El Clima.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, Mollie had a graduate research assistantship in the marketing and communications department of another non-profit, The Center for the Future of Arizona. She is currently a freelance writer for Arc Content + Communications, based in Dallas, Texas.
Jamison dreams of doing investigative projects for a non-profit media company, covering topics such as climate change, immigration, civil rights, and government accountability. Her hobbies include boxing, longboarding, yoga, surfing and riding her moped.