Senior Vice President, Finance & Administration

Molly Jolly became the highest ranking woman in the Angels organization in just her third year with the team (2003) and remains an integral part of the primary operations of the Club. She is in her 16th season with the Halos as Senior Vice President, Finance & Administration. Molly spent three years (2001-03) as director of finance for the Angels and Anaheim Ducks before her current appointment.

A native of Naples, FL, Jolly oversees all financial matters, including reporting and planning, budgeting, accounting, payroll, ticketing and strategic initiatives. She is also responsible for office administration, including human resources and information services. Additionally, she oversees financials at Angel Stadium for non-baseball events such as Supercross, Monster Jam and concerts.

Before joining the Angels and Ducks in 2001, Jolly spent 11 years working for the Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO), including six years (1989-94) at ARCO Alaska in Anchorage, serving as an Inventory Accountant, Financial Analyst and Electronic Commerce Manager. In 1994, Jolly was transferred to ARCO Corporate in Los Angeles where she worked as an Internal Control Advisor and Project Manager. She was promoted in 1996 to Financial Manager and Strategic Planning Senior Consultant for the ARCO Products Company. Jolly began her career in 1988 as an auditor for Arthur Anderson LLP in Boston, MA.

A 1988 graduate of Holy Cross with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics/Accounting, Jolly graduated from the Anderson School at UCLA with a Masters degree in Business Administration in 1999. Jolly is a Board Member and 2nd Vice Chair for the Girl Scouts of Orange County and a Board Member and Treasurer for Friends of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), and a sustaining member of the Junior League of Orange County. In 2011, Jolly was nominated as 'Chief Financial Officer of the Year in Orange County' by the Orange County Business Journal. She and husband Burt reside in Villa Park, CA.

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