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New Member Profiles
Please join us in welcoming our newest members to the Organization of Women Leaders.
Teresa Garcia is an Attorney for the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, United States Army Pacific, Fort Shafter. She traveled to Hawaii for the first time in her life, to begin her job in July 2017, and has loved every minute since. Teresa graduated with a double major in government and social work from New Mexico State University, then obtained her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. She is licensed to practice law in California and Colorado, and has enjoyed working in both states, as well as, Washington, D.C., in positions at all levels of the government and in private practice. Teresa’s passion is competitive ballroom dancing, followed closely by travel, cross-fitness, yoga, hiking and volunteering. She recently began volunteer work as a Wish Granter for Make A Wish, and is grateful to be a part of such an incredible organization. Teresa is very excited to be a part of OWL and looks forward to growing with the organization and the Honolulu community.
Molly Washburn was born in West Virginia, and moved to Hawaii at the age of 20 after earning her Associates in Journalism at WVU at Parkersburg. She began her first business in Kaneohe one year later and owned and operated three different businesses over the next four years. After working in sales at Young Brothers for three years, she joined Airgas as a branch manager and was promoted to District Manager after 9 months. Four years later, she continues to oversee sales and branch operations for Oahu and has a team of 25 people. She is married with one 13 year old son, and a Pomeranian named Paka. She lives in Mililani.
Serena Del Mundo is a physician at Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center. Serena was born on the island of Guam, grew up with relatives living on all sides of her family home. She moved from this remote yet bountiful experience to attend school in California. She went to San Jose State University and majored in Psychology. At SJSU, she discovered her passion for community engagement through leadership roles in many women’s organizations, as well as research projects in health literacy and intimate partner violence. Through these experiences, she came to realize the fundamental importance of access to quality healthcare. This core belief led her to matriculate into Mayo Clinic School of Medicine. Her time at Mayo was key in defining her as a physician. At Kaiser, she has the honor of caring for patients during a very difficult and often emotional time in their life.