Molly “Hopper” Mosenthal
Molly spent her childhood exploring the magic of the Green Mountains in Vermont, where she developed an untamed curiosity for the natural world. Craving more exploration of the unknown, she took off to Colorado, where she graduated from the University of Denver with degrees in geography and Spanish. She has spent time adventuring, studying, and teaching environmental education across the United States as well as in Argentina, Spain, Mexico, and the Czech Republic. Molly was Assistant Field Coordinator with Thorne Nature Experience in Colorado, working with children ages 3-17. She’s previously served as Camp Counselor, Language Tutor and Teaching Assistant, among other positions. With an insatiable appetite for new places, she left the sunny Colorado Plateau and set out to the Pacific Northwest, where she has fallen in love with the diversity of landscapes to explore. In her spare time, she enjoys skiing, hiking, swimming in chilly mountain waters, and letting the wind blow her in the direction of her next endeavor.