Molly England earned her Master of Social Work from The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and holds her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from The University of California, Santa Barbara. She is certified in Trauma-Informed Care through the University of Buffalo School of Social work. Molly started her career as a social worker and program director at Homeless Health Care Los Angeles where she provided an array of services to empower and support individuals experiencing homelessness. She is also a widely published freelance writer and covers topics such as mental health and parenting. Molly is passionate about educating and enhancing communities and organizations to better support marginalized populations and to empower individuals to build on resilience and thrive. Molly’s current position as the Suffolk County Anti-Trafficking Initiative (SCATI) Task Force Coordinator offers a dynamic and exciting opportunity to further her commitment to holistic individual and community-wide development.