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Molly McKenna 

Program Facilitator and Executive Administrator 
Empowering individuals and families through the human-horse connection


Driven by a passion for community service and a love for horses, I dedicate myself to helping individuals and families find growth, connection, and empowerment through Equine Assisted Learning.

With over 6 years of experience in the non-profit sector, including roles on boards of directors and in various administrative capacities, I have gained invaluable insight into the needs of our community and the dynamics of thriving non-profit organizations.

A life long resident of Whatcom County and a graduate of Washington State University with a B.A. in Social Sciences, I am deeply invested in the well-being of our community. My 20 years of experience working with horses has instilled in me a profound understanding of the healing and transformative power of the human-horse connection.

My passion for Equine Assisted Learning began 15 years ago when I volunteered in this field. Witnessing the positive impact it had on individuals and families fueled my desire to pursue this career path.

I am a certified Equine Specialist with The Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) and am currently pursuing professional designation certification with Arenas for Change (ARCH).

I am excited to continue serving our community and helping individuals and families reach their full potential through the transformative power of horses.


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