A headshot of Mollie Marsh-Heine Mollie Marsh-Heine

Chief Development Officer

Mollie Marsh-Heine has spent the majority of her career in the environmental movement. From her earliest professional days, she has worked as an outdoor educator with Denver Public Schools, as an Outward Bound instructor, and even a few seasons as a wildland firefighter. In 1999, she pursued a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Colorado, and postgraduation, joined the Nature Conservancy, where she worked as the director of Operations for its Colorado chapter. She took on progressively challenging leadership roles over her 15 years with the organization, including leading its fundraising efforts for the continent of Africa as the director of Philanthropy; founding and launching its European private and corporate philanthropy program; and, finally, partnering with its CEO to work with a small portfolio of the organization’s most significant donors. Marsh-Heine’s leadership trajectory took her to Earthjustice in 2016, when she joined the organization as its senior vice president of Development. Under her tenure, the organization’s revenue grew to historic new levels, with an operating budget that more than tripled in size within a seven-year period. Marsh-Heine is based in our New York office.