Molloy Sheehan
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Molloy Sheehan is the Principal Investigator of Fulbright-funded research in Togo examining the prevalence of risk factors for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) with the Togolese Ministry of Health.  Molloy graduated from the University of Virginia where she received her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology. She served in the Peace Corps in West Africa, managing nutrition and reproductive health initiatives. She has spent the last decade integrating nutrition and exercise initiatives in communities to improve health outcomes, having worked in clinical, university, and rural settings.

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