Molly Forster is an Emmy award winning investigative reporter and video producer based in the Bay Area.
She recently graduated from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism where she focused on investigative reporting, video production, and health and environment reporting. She's currently working as an Associate Producer and Investigative Reporter for an untitled docus-series.
She started her journalism career as an intern-turned-reporter for the award-winning Santa Barbara Independent, where she covered everything from food and beverage, to ageism and drug rehabilitation. Since then, she has worked on NBC Bay Area's Investigative Unit and her work has appeared on publications such as FRONTLINE, STAT News, The Desert Sun, East Bay Express, Yale Climate Connections, Hoodline, and Mission Local.
As an undergraduate, she studied communications and professional writing at the University of Santa Barbara, California.
Molly's reporting interests are health, climate change, police, and criminal justice corruption. She speaks fluent Spanish, enjoys hiking and surfing, and is generally a Californian a cliché.