Molly Cashion recently completed her MA in Sustainability in which she conducted research on the relationship between environmental education, religion and spirituality at youth environmental education programs in the southeastern United States. In addition to researching different perspectives and approaches to environmental education, Molly was also a fellow with the Sustainability Science for Sustainable Schools program and a teaching assistant for an International Development and Sustainability course. Prior to returning for her master’s degree, Molly utilized her undergraduate degree in Biology as a Legal Assistant for a regional environmental non-profit that leveraged the power of the law to protect and preserve the environmental resources of the Southeast. She also finds a passion for service and has volunteered at several environmental and social justice advocacy groups, including serving on the Board of Directors for a state-wide nonprofit in Alabama that promotes smart water policy and citizen education.
MA, Sustainability, Arizona State University, 2016
Paralegal Certificate, Emory University, 2011
BS, Biology, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, 2010
Chatzimanolis, S., M. E. Cashion, M. S. Engel and Z. H. Falin. 2012. A new genus of Ptilodactylidae (Coleoptera: Byrrhoidea) in mid-Cretaceous amber from Myanmar (Burma). Geodiversitas 34(3):569-574. DOI: 10.5252/g2012n3a6. (link )