COLUMBUS – Americans for Prosperity Ohio today is announcing the recent addition of Molly Mottram to their team. Mottram recently joined AFP-Ohio as a field coordinator.
“We are proud to have Molly join the AFP-Ohio team,” said Eli Miller, Americans for Prosperity Ohio State Director. “Molly will play an instrumental role in engaging and organizing individuals and groups across Southwest Ohio. As we continue to expand our efforts to advance and promote economic freedom in this part of the state, I am confident Molly will be an integral part of our success.”
Molly will be covering Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Preble, Clark, Darke, Shelby, Champaign, and the northern parts of Butler and Warren.
“I am looking forward to working in the southwest region of the state and getting to know the activists in the area so that we can work together to promote economic freedom, limited government and good policies that serve the best interest of Ohioans,” said Molly Mottram, Ohio Field Coordinator. “I believe change happens from the local level with individuals wanting to make a difference.”
Despite being born outside of Chicago IL, Molly considers herself to be a Buckeye. After completing high school at Lakota East in West Chester, she moved to Columbus where she attended The Ohio State University. Molly was an active member of the College Republicans and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Public Affairs from the John Glenn School of Public Affairs in May of 2013.
Molly interned for both Ohio State Representative Christina Hagan and Ohio Congressman Bill Johnson. In addition, she served as one of the ambassadors of Students for Josh Mandel in the 2012 senate race at Ohio State and was a campaign volunteer for Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2012 through the Franklin County Republican Party.