The Fellowship Program
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Molly Norris just graduated from Oxford's Internet Institute, where she mixed programming + social sciences to uncover criminal organizations operating in “dark networks.”

Previously, Molly was a designer and strategist for the World Bank, building participatory experiences such as maps.worldbank.org, live.worldbank.org, and social-media town halls. Both Mashable and The New York Times have featured her work with international advocacy campaigns and digital products with social impact.

Her design research has led her to study economics in Cuba, environmental degradation in China, and underground schools in the conflict zone at the Thailand-Burma border. An interactive specialist, Molly is passionate about examining social problems from new perspectives.

The daunting task of synthesis.
San Francisco, CA
Redesigning the Volunteer Experience
Finding Patterns in the Volunteer Experience
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San Francisco, CA
Redesigning the Volunteer Experience
Finding Patterns in the Volunteer Experience
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Kumasi, Ghana
Designing New Tools for Mapping Open Defecation
Open Source Meets Open Defecation
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Kumasi, Ghana
Designing New Tools for Mapping Open Defecation
How Many Brainiacs Does It Take to Design a Crap Map?
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Kumasi, Ghana
Designing New Tools for Mapping Open Defecation
Another Hackathon Closer to a Cleaner Kumasi
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USA
Long-Term Unemployment with the Rockefeller Foundation
Migrating South
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Molly’s Stories
    Long-Term Unemployment with the Rockefeller Foundation
    USA
  • Migrating South