Molly Efrusy

Board Vice-Chair; Co-Founder and President, Efrusy Family Foundation

Together with her husband, Molly founded and serves as President of the Efrusy Family Foundation, which primarily focuses on youth leadership development and education in the US and Africa. Molly serves on the African Leadership Foundation’s US Advisory Council, is an investor in African Leadership University, and is the Bay Area Chapter Head for the African Leadership Academy. She is also a member of the National Advisory Board for the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University. The Haas Center inspires and prepares Stanford students to create a more just and sustainable world through service, scholarship, and community partnerships. Molly is also a member of the Wayfinder Wise Council, the advisory board for Project Wayfinder, a Stanford d.school-led project to help high school students discover meaning and purpose.

Prior to becoming involved in the nonprofit/philanthropy sector, Molly worked as a health care consultant for 15 years for several companies including McKesson Corporation. Her work focused on outcomes research where she managed prospective and economic modeling studies to determine the cost effectiveness and quality-of-life impacts of various drugs and diagnostic tests. Molly was also an early employee at the Institute for Global Health, a center of applied prevention and public health research at the University of California, San Francisco.

Molly received an AB from Stanford University in Human Biology and an MPH from the University of California at Berkeley in maternal and child health. She currently serves on the Policy Advisory Council for the Dean of the Berkeley School of Public Health. Molly lives in Park City, UT with her husband and three sons, and is also on the Board of the Park City Education Foundation.