Molly Parrish is the Assistant to the Director of the Jaguar Program, based in Bozeman, Montana. Born in northern Idaho and raised on a farm with two older brothers and a twin sister, Molly grew up with a love of animals and the outdoors. Molly graduated from the University of Missouri-Colombia and has nearly fifteen years of experience in the nonprofit sector, working in education, social services, and the environment. In addition to her position with Panthera, she owns and manages commercial and residential real estate in Washington and Idaho. Molly is also a certified Emergency Medical Technician and volunteers at St. Catherine’s Health Care and Pregnancy Resource Center and Family Promise of Gallatin Valley, an organization that provides shelter and meals to Bozeman’s homeless and low-income families.