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Molly Sinderbrand, PhD

  • Coordinator, Online MS in Nonprofit Leadership Program

3815 Walnut St, Room 104
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6214
  • office: 215.898.5072
  • fax: 215.746.1300

Molly Sinderbrand is the Hybrid and Online Nonprofit Leadership Program Coordinator. Prior to joining NPL, she worked for SP2 as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy. Her research focused on philanthropic impact on domestic K-12 education for at-risk students. Since coming to Penn in 2010, Molly’s research and teaching have revolved around ethics, social norms theory, and norm change, including using law and policy to change behavior. She also worked as a consultant for the Penn Social Norms Group, facilitating workshops on social norms and social change.

Molly earned her PhD in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania, her MA in Applied Ethics through a joint program between Utrecht University and Linkoping University, and her BA in Philosophy from Washington University in St Louis.

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