Molly Rutledge

VP Analytics

About Molly

MollyRutledge Molly is the Vice President of Analytics. She is responsible for helping clients digest and understand their data assets. Molly has been leading Causeway’s development of data, analytics and intelligence functions while supporting overall company growth. Molly began her data management career at TargetPoint Consulting, where she learned the art of micro-targeting and preparing large quantities of data for survey research and modeling efforts. Molly also has served in senior data and strategic management roles with both presidential and gubernatorial campaigns.

Throughout her career, Molly has successfully leveraged data for key programs and objectives including multi-million-dollar client projects and initiatives. Molly is a strong leader both internally and externally, providing valuable guidance to high-profile individuals while earning their trust and respect.

Molly graduated from Wake Forest University with a B.S. in Political Science and a M.S. in Business Analytics. She now resides in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Connect with Molly

How long have you worked at Causeway?
It will be 6 years in May.

What would you say you do here?
I play with data.

What is your most memorable experience at Causeway?
The travel. Getting to discover (and love) a bunch of places I would not have visited otherwise has tremendously enhanced my life and my Causeway experience.

Do you have a spouse? Children? Pets? Plants?
Nope!

Where did you grow up?
Mobile, Alabama.

Where do you live and what is one thing you love about it?
I live in New Orleans, and I have loved the food here for my entire life (I grew up coming here to eat), but this year in particular I love the short winters.

What do you like to do when you are not working?
Pre-COVID, I liked traveling and eating. Now I guess I enjoy a nice walk around the neighborhood and a good book.

Did you take up any quarantine hobbies, and, if so, did you stick with them?
I tried to take up knitting because it’s supposed to be a good way to reduce anxiety, but I haven’t touched my blanket in months. Perhaps I should revisit.

Where is the next place you plan to travel for fun?
Cashiers, NC. And then post-COVID: EVERYWHERE.