Molly Koch is responsible for multiple administrative, communications and client-relations deliverables within the Health & Wellness practice at Communications Strategy Group.
Her highly effective organizational skills, attention to detail and writing ability are demonstrated in all aspects of her work for CSG, including writing and distributing client press releases, creating attention-getting blog entries and updates, writing technical bylines, developing content for clients’ websites and maintaining social media profiles.
Molly also works with the Health & Wellness team to secure placements for clients in relevant media outlets, working successfully to gain client coverage with PBS NewsHour, The New York Times, Psychology Today’s website and ADVANCE for Nurses, among other media. In addition, the CSG Consumer practice relies on Molly’s organizational skills for help with event management and tracking and reporting efforts.
Prior to joining CSG, Molly served as an intern with the Kansas State Wildcats, where she was a feature writer for Kansas State Football’s alumni newsletter to former players, the Golden Cats, and specialized in the design and distribution of a weekly newsletter to current players’ families. Molly also assisted with recruiting events designed to welcome future student athletes and their families to the university.
A member of the Colorado Healthcare Communicators, Molly continues her connection with the health and wellness industry as an extension of her work with The Children’s Hospital and the Bonfils Blood Center, both of which put her in the heart of the medical field.
Molly graduated from Kansas State University in May 2009 cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in public relations and a concentration in Spanish, and joined CSG in August 2009.