Dr. Mollie Marti
Dr. Mollie Marti is a psychologist, lawyer, and adjunct professor of psychology at the University of Iowa. She earned a BA in Public Relations from Loras College and a JD from Iowa College of Law. After clerking for a federal judge and practicing law, she returned to the University of Iowa for a Masters and PhD degree in Personality & Social Psychology. She also attended university in El Escorial, Spain and spent a year as a Rotary International Scholar at University College Dublin, Ireland. She brings years of experience in coaching a prestigious list of clients in athletics and business to her mission of empowering communities and youth to thrive. She speaks internationally on servant leadership, mentorship, resiliency, and business ethics. In addition to numerous academic articles, her business success books have been published in several languages. Her most recent book, “Walking with Justice: Uncommon Lessons from One of Life’s Greatest Mentors”, tells the story of the great servant leader, U.S. federal judge Max Rosenn. Sales from the book support Community Resiliency Project. Prior to serving as CEO of the Project, Mollie served as President of Best Life Design, Inc. and host of the innovative Make an Impact LIVE! events, bringing together internationally renowned thought leaders to raise philanthropic funds while empowering attendees to make a bigger impact in a way that fueled their health, relationships, and life priorities. Mollie lives on an apple orchard outside of Mount Vernon, Iowa with her husband, their three children, and a large family of pets.