Molly Rosner came to OHMA from Wesleyan University where she majored in American Studies and studied housing in New York City. After graduating from OHMA she interned with the Apollo Theater Oral History Project, and worked as a researcher for BLDG92, the historical institute at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. She then worked as an educator at the Brooklyn Museum, using oral history and storytelling to explore the art and history of the city. She has also worked at The American Legacy Foundation, an anti-tobacco organization, to institute their archive. Molly maintains a blog "Brooklyn In Love and At War" which features and analyzes letters written during WWII. Some of the letters are now on display at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, where she plans to host a public program in the coming year. She is currently a doctoral student in American Studies at Rutgers University-Newark. She works with Lyra Monteiro on The Museum On Site, creating site-specific interactive public historical exhibits. She studies cities and suburbs using media and children's literature.