Lacrosse - Girls Thirds
Molly Dullea is a teacher in the mathematics department, head varsity girls’ basketball coach and a dorm parent. Dullea currently teaches Algebra I and geometry, and emphasizes real-world application of the topics discussed. Dullea specialized in project-based learning in her previous schools and is a member of the SGx coaching team at St. George’s, which focuses on design thinking and problem solving. Prior to her teaching career, Dullea was in the college basketball coaching ranks, having served as an assistant coach at both Wesleyan University and the University of Chicago. Additionally, she was the founder and director of Northeast Elite Basketball, an organization that helped develop young players while gaining them college exposure. Dullea holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Saint Anselm College and a master’s degree in social science from Wesleyan University.
After graduating from a small independent boarding school in 2002, I always knew that one day I would want to work in an Admission Office, to help prospective students gain the same great opportunity I had. I went on to receive my bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder, did my fair share of traveling and eventually ended up as crew on a private yacht based out of Newport, R.I. Living in Newport allowed me to pursue my dream career of working with the admission team at St. George’s. In addition to my responsibilities in the Admission Office, I am also an advisor and coach. I look forward to welcoming you, and I am confident that once you visit our campus, you too will see the positive atmosphere that allows students to develop to their fullest potential.