Molley is no stranger to being an entrepreneur. She ran her own contract human resources consulting firm for many years, having successfully sold it in 2010. With only a few years back at the corporate desk, she’s ready to take the plunge into her own business again, Incipio Workforce Solutions, but this time, enjoying all the superior technology and social strategies the web has brought the recruiting business. Molley began her career as a staff recruiter for Sears in 1997, where she recruited for entry level and management positions at their National Service Center and achieved yearly staffing rates of 110 to 120 percent of goals. She moved on from there to Citigroup, where she led a staffing team for many of their start-ups in Ohio, and other locations.
Not long after, Molley began her business as a contract recruiter, and over the course of several years worked with ACCENT, Luckett & Farley Architects and Engineers and GE Intelligent Platforms/Yoh.
In 2011 she became vice president of Managed Services for Kwantek, where she was responsible for talent management, strategic planning, and more. In 2013, She became the director of Professional Recruiting for York Companies in Louisville, running their recruiting division and a team of five recruiters.
When she’s not running her business, Molley is the president of the Power Partners Group for Business Networking International, the world’s largest professional networking group. Her education is in Human Resources from Sullivan University in Louisville, Ky.