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Molly Frederick

Molly Frederick

Associate Marketing Consultant

"It’s not whether you get knocked down, it’s whether you get up." — Vince Lombardi

Responsibility, Discipline, Individualization, Learner, Developer

Growing up near Milwaukee, I was fortunate to have so many opportunities nearby. From concerts and unique employment opportunities (working at the Milwaukee County Zoo was pretty cool!) to museums and sporting events, there was always something to do nearby.

Although I loved the Milwaukee area, I knew I did not want to live at home and go to college. I wanted the full college experience – dorm life, roommates, overpriced cafeteria food and all.

I truly believe that everything happens for a reason, and I think my college experience holds true to that. While attending UW Oshkosh, I discovered my love for marketing when I landed an internship with a local online marketing agency. I also met my husband while we were living in the same dorm.

People who know me will tell you that when I want something, I work hard and fast to get it. During the second half of my college career, I decided I wanted a career in marketing and to marry my husband. Within a month of graduating in 2013, I had both.

Prior to becoming a part of the Blue Door Consulting team, I spent about five years working in a few marketing roles. Our son was born in 2018 and has since become our world, which led me to take a brief break from the field. He has taught me patience, gratitude and a whole new level of love. On top of having a toddler moving around the house, our two rescue dogs, Teddy and Franklin, also keep us on our toes.

There is nothing I love more than spending time with my family, and you can usually find me knitting or crocheting after my little one’s bedtime.

Molly Frederick Portrait
Occupation in Another Life

Professional Knitter

Favorite Movie

Harry Potter series

Pet Peeve

Loud chewers and people who slurp food

Bucket List

Travel to every continent

What I Wanted to Be When I Grew Up

Weather Person

First Memory

Crying under the jungle gym on my first day of kindergarten

If I Could Live in Another Decade

1920’s for the music and attire, of course!

Favorite School Subject

Art