Molly Sullivan – A native of Las Vegas and graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Molly Sullivan is a former nationally ranked distance swimmer, ACC Champion and 4-time NCAA qualifier in the Mile for the Tar Heels who also competed in the 800-meter freestyle at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

Trading in her swimsuit for a business suit after graduating from UNC, this athletic sportscaster has most recently worked as a sideline reporter for the 76ers on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and you may have also seen her in action on the MountainWest Sports Network (The Mtn.), CBS Sports Network, NBC Sports Network, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Big Ten Network and ESPN.
In a city where sports and entertainment are uniquely intertwined, Molly’s first on-air job was in her hometown as a Las Vegas-based entertainment reporter and producer for news affiliates such as KTLA in Los Angeles, KENS in San Antonio, KFVE in Honolulu and locally on KVWB.  A year later, Molly landed her own half-hour lifestyle television show on Las Vegas’ ABC affiliate, KTNV, where she served as both the program’s host and associate producer.  Molly’s knowledge of the Entertainment Capital of the World then quickly led her to the national stage as a field reporter and producer for various networks and publications, including E! News and The Daily 10 on E! Entertainment Television as well as Life & Style Weekly magazine. It was during this time that Molly was approached by publishers to co-author the first insider’s book about Las Vegas written specifically for women, Las Vegas Little Red Book: A Girl’s Guide to the Perfect Vegas Getaway.  After three years of covering entertainment news right out of college, Molly eagerly returned to her athletic roots in the Fall of 2007.