Molly Finn is a graduate student in astronomy at the University of Virginia, studying the formation of globular clusters, extremely old, dense clusters of stars that formed prolifically in the early universe. Molly uses the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile to study starbursting galaxies with the aim of understanding the environment and physical conditions required to allow such extreme objects to form, and giving us a window into the environment of the early universe. In addition to her thesis work, Molly is an active volunteer with the outreach program Dark Skies, Bright Kids, through which she shares her passion for astronomy with students at underserved elementary schools throughout Virginia. She received her B.S. in physics and astronomy at the University of Rochester in 2017.