As Senior Interior Designer for healthcare projects, Molly uses interior architecture, art and technology to integrate design with the client’s beliefs, project goals and marketing objectives. She manages project budgets and specifications in order to meet project goals, while aiming to exceed owner expectations. With over 30 years of experience, Molly is responsible for the interior design of some of the firm’s largest, most signature healthcare projects across the country. Molly joined ESa in 1988, after earning her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design degree from the University of Tennessee (with honors).
Molly believes that timeless healthcare design synthesizes the client’s philosophy and regional history with technology to provide solutions that promote wellness, educate users, enhance communities and are environmentally sustainable. She seeks to blend fresh design ideas with elements that embrace the region’s culture, with the goal to create measurable results to encourage operational efficiency. An accredited professional with both the International WELL Building Institute and The Center for Health Design (EDAC), she is the proud mother of an Eagle Scout and university scholarship winner. Molly believes that excellent client service is demonstrated by the desire to “place the concerns of others above your own.”
When not in the office or traveling for work, Molly supports her son’s involvement with the marching and concert band, plays piano and sings in the Praise Band and leads the History Committee at Cook’s United Methodist Church. Molly continues to work in the mission field and past mission trips include United Methodist Appalachian Ministry Network, Salvation Army Kroc Centers, Florida Baptist Children’s Home and Mission Arlington, Texas. Molly enjoys traveling with her husband and son and is a daily dog-walker for Red, her Kelpie.