Molly Bode '05
Molly Bode graduated from Galloway in 2005. She attended Dartmouth College and earned a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Film. While there, she served as student body president. After Dartmouth, she attended graduate school at the University of California, Berkeley where she graduated with honors earning a master’s degree in Business and Public Health. While at UC Berkeley, she served as the co-lead for the Global Social Venture Competition and spent summers working with the World Bank and McKinsey and Company’s health care division. Before graduate school, Molly worked in global health at The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science on projects in Haiti, Rwanda, and other countries. Molly is currently the Associate Chief of Cabinet Affairs in the Governor’s Office in Massachusetts and works on policy development and strategic operations projects.
Tom Malone '87
Tom Malone graduated from Galloway in 1987. After Galloway, he earned two separate bachelor’s degrees: one in Physics from Georgia Tech and one in Economics from Georgia State. After Georgia State, Tom earned his MBA in General Management and Finance from the University of Chicago. Tom is currently the CFO and Senior Vice President of Artificial Cell Technologies (ACT), a company he co-founded. ACT is a biomedical nano technology company developing synthetic vaccines based on proprietary designed-polypeptide multilayer nanofilm technology. He also founded and built the College of American Pathologist’s Transformation Office. He has over 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur, executive, and management strategy consultant.