Molly Flanagan



Molly’s mission is to foster embodiment, awareness, and intimacy within human systems in service of our collective regeneration. She does this through her infectious laughter and continuous movement, as well as her work as an experienced coach and facilitator. Clients say that Molly’s inviting presence enables them to move beyond

their comfort zone to access their greater potential – and to have fun while doing it!
Having served for over 13 years with the United Nations in the peace and security sector, Molly possesses an extensive background in human resources, public administration, knowledge management and organizational development. In 2016, Molly co-created the first internal coaching program in the United Nations Secretariat, where she continues to work in a capacity development role that includes individual and team coaching. Molly sees her coaching activities within the UN as ‘inner peacebuilding’ for the people who strive to build peace in the outer world.

Molly’s professional coach training includes certification in Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSCC) and Co-Active Coaching (CPCC).  She is also a graduate of the Co-Active Training Institute’s Leadership program. In addition, she is a certified practitioner in various assessment methodologies including the Team Diagnostic suite of assessments (Team Coaching International), the Leadership Circle Profile, and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.  An insatiable learner, Molly is currently continuing her studies with certification in the neuroscience of human transformation (Be Above Leadership). Complementing her formal coach training, Molly brings a wealth of experience from several spiritual modalities such as the Akashic Records, yoga, shamanism, and somatic meditation.

Molly holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the City University of New York and a Bachelor’s degree in the Studies of Consciousness and Creativity from Vassar College.
A resident of Turtle Island, Molly shares a home with her partner, Frank, and her cat, George in Brooklyn, NY. When Molly is not evoking transformation in human systems, she can often be found communing with the trees in Prospect Park.