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21+ Years of Dedicated Service

Molly Coffay, VP and General Counsel of Prologue, Inc. retired on December 31, 2020 after 21+ years of dedicated service.

Over the years Molly has worked tirelessly to support the mission and will leave her footprint throughout the organization. Molly has always been an advocate at heart: promoting fair and affordable housing for all, pursuing funding for essential programs and services, providing guidance for staff in areas necessary to obtain vital resources for clients. On many occasions she has worked 1:1 with individuals empowering them to achieve life goals: obtaining citizenship, purchasing a home, obtaining a car, successfully completing a disability claim and obtaining housing.

Although Molly would not want fanfare, her contributions over the years, have been significant and added to Prologue’s successes and have strengthened the foundation of work practices and service to others. Some of these contributions include:

  • Development of 7 housing corporations with 26 properties to provide homes for individuals in our RRP and additional units for supportive housing. This includes an apartment building in Carroll County with over a third of all units providing handicap accessibility for individuals.
  • Key player in advocacy, funding and construction for Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center at 3 Milford Mill Road.
  • Completion of numerous grants resulting in funding for programs, services and capital improvements.
  • Development of policies and procedures to promote ethical work practices and adherence to health and safety practices.

It is with profound gratitude we thank Molly for her lasting contributions and for being an essential thread in the fabric of Prologue life over these many years. We wish her a retirement that brings her joy, peace and happiness!