Based around North Wales, Molly is a recent BSc Geography with Environmental Forestry Graduate from Bangor University who is excited to start their role with R4C to gain experience with great opportunities to work for a company that supports sustainable development.

Molly Jackson

Skills and Experiences

Through the years at University Molly has gained skills that could be beneficial for this new job role including different technical skills such as mapping, including GIS and DigiMaps. The use of different software’s, Excel, PowerPoint, RStudio and Netlogo. Using previous skills for working in hospitality and retail including great customer service, which can be used to understand the needs of others. Therefore, Molly is able to communicate confidently which can be used in this new opportunity by engaging with communities to identify issues and opportunities that can occur and communicating with organisations and stakeholders to support projects.

Working with the community is important to Molly as she has previously been helping the local Scouts Association, by being involved in fundraising events and helping out in the younger sections.

Other stuff

Molly is currently learning Welsh for personal and professional reasons. Living in Wales and being Welsh has shown Molly that learning the language of her country is important. Being able to communicate with people in Welsh in local areas in North Wales, especially for work, creates a connection and respect. Molly also volunteers with the Woodland Trust as a Threat Detector, where she locates threatened ancient woodland, ancient and veteran trees, as this is something she appreciates is important.

Travelling is something Molly would like to continue doing after being to many different countries. Molly believes seeing the world is critical to understand different cultures and gaining respect for different ways of life and points of views.