Molly began her Lansinoh career assisting customers with product questions, and was inspired to become a Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) when she realized that many questions were more about breastfeeding than products.
Breastfeeding has always been a subtext in Molly’s life. Her mother was a Registered Nurse who taught breastfeeding classes, and she’s helped to feed expressed breastmilk to her niece. Molly wants moms to know that there are many avenues to providing breastmilk to their baby, and she’s available to help them navigate the potential stumbling blocks.
Molly attended the University of Nebraska – Omaha and has her lactation certification from the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice. When she’s not empowering new moms, you can find her hiking in Great Falls or being “crafty.”
*All breastfeeding and pumping information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace an in-person consultation with a lactation professional or healthcare provider. Unless otherwise noted, posted items are written by ALPP accredited Certified Lactation Counselors. If you are concerned about your health, or that of your child, or have in-depth questions about breastfeeding or pumping, please consult with a lactation professional or your healthcare provider regarding your specific situation. There is an IBCLC locator on the International Lactation Consultant Association’s website: www.ilca.org.