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Molly Polk Hannon


PR & Editorial Manager

Molly Polk Hannon is the PR & Editorial Manager at Global Fashion Agenda. In her role, Hannon oversees all of Global Fashion Agenda’s editorial content. As part of Global Fashion Agenda’s communications team, Hannon works directly with the press to secure media placement and promote Global Fashion Agenda’s efforts to guide and mobilise industry leaders to take bold and urgent action on sustainability.

Leveraging a background in journalism along with ten years of working as an editor, Hannon’s background has allowed her to develop a knack for identifying stories before they break, successfully navigate the international media landscape, and execute effective communications strategies. Her work as a writer has largely focused on the intersection between the arts and politics and has appeared in outlets such as, The New York Times, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, among many others.

She holds a master’s in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor’s in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia.

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Molly Polk Hannon is the PR & Editorial Manager at Global Fashion Agenda. In her role, Hannon oversees all of Global Fashion Agenda’s editorial content. As part of Global Fashion Agenda’s communications team, Hannon works directly with the press to secure media placement and promote Global Fashion Agenda’s efforts to guide and mobilise industry leaders to take bold and urgent action on sustainability.

Leveraging a background in journalism along with ten years of working as an editor, Hannon’s background has allowed her to develop a knack for identifying stories before they break, successfully navigate the international media landscape, and execute effective communications strategies. Her work as a writer has largely focused on the intersection between the arts and politics and has appeared in outlets such as, The New York Times, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, among many others.

She holds a master’s in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor’s in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia.