Molly Bode ’09

Dartmouth College Presidential Fellow

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A member of Dartmouth’s Class of 2009, Molly Bode served as the Student Body President for the 2008-2009 academic year. During the election Bode expressed her dedication to improving the Dartmouth experience for all students, both inside and outside the classroom. She previously worked in Student Assembly both as the Student Life chair and as the Alumni Affairs chair. She studied biology and film, and in 2007 she studied French in Paris on a Dartmouth Foreign Study Program. Bode served as the Vice President of Kappa Delta Epsilon, a local sorority, and is a member of Panarchy Undergraduate Society. She was a member of the 2009 Class Council. She has volunteered for Camp Kudzu, a camp for children with diabetes, and in 2006, she served as a medic for a team of cyclists with Type 1 diabetes during Race Across America. Bode was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia.

Currently, Molly works as a Presidential Fellow at Dartmouth, and she has been in the forefront of the Dartmouth Haiti response – Students for Haiti Relief. The effort has raised over $1.5M in medical supplies and donations and has been sending medical teams to Haiti in response to the devastating eartquake.