Molly Dodge serves as Senior Vice President of Workforce and Careers at Ivy Tech Community College. In her role, Molly owns the college “big goal” of 50,000 completions aligned with Indiana’s workforce including measuring certifications that earn above median wage. She partners with campus leadership across the state to ensure the College has the programs and capacity to fill the State’s employer workforce pipeline.
Prior to this role, Molly served as Chancellor of the Madison campus of Ivy Tech Community College. Under Molly’s visionary leadership, the Madison campus was chosen by the Indiana Department of Correction to provide adult education and vocational training programs in fifteen (15) facilities statewide; and the Indiana Department of Education to offer statewide online dual enrollment through the Indiana Course Access Portal (iCAP).
Prior to joining Ivy Tech, Dodge served in dual roles as director of adult education and director of the Clearinghouse and special projects at the Madison-based, non-profit River Valley Resources, Inc. (RVR). As clearinghouse director, she founded a multi-tenant nonprofit center focused on the provision of co-located employment and wrap around services to families living in poverty.
Dodge holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Hanover College, a Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies and a Master of Public Administration, Nonprofit Management Concentration, from Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. Dodge recently completed a three-year term as a member of the National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services and serves on the American Association of Community College’s Commission on Economic and Workforce Development.