Amy Molloy is the director of education for the Mental Health Association in New York State. In May 2018, she was elected to serve a second term on the Queensbury Board of Education.
Molloy earned a master’s degree in social work from the University at Albany and a master’s degree in education from Texas Southern University.
She serves on the Warren County Community Services Board and the Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health Board of Directors. She also is a seventh-grade catechist, or teacher, at Our Lady of the Annunciation.
In 2014, Molloy received the Suicide Prevention Center of New York’s Excellence in Suicide Prevention Award.
She and her husband, Richard, have lived in Queensbury for 12 years. They have three children: Rachel, a junior at Virginia Tech; John, a sophomore at the University at Albany; and Ben, a senior at Queensbury High School.