Molly Simon is a co-founder of One Sun Health. Molly is currently working for The Advisory Board Company, a global health care strategic services firm in Washington DC. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Washington University in Saint Louis in 2013 with a B.A. in Anthropology. Molly was a teaching assistant for Introduction to Public Health, a part of the Lambda Alpha national anthropology honorary and Sigma Xi national honorary for scientific research, and an active member of GlobeMed, a student group which promotes health as a human right on campus as well as partners with an NGO in Uganda focusing on local health. While studying in Australia during her junior year, Molly interned with an organization aimed to eradicate scabies from aboriginal Australia. After receiving various grants and funding, Molly and her co-founders spent the summer in South Africa developing the Malaria Awareness Program, a project that seeks to raise awareness and decrease incidence of malaria through interactive educational outreaches.