MOLLY MALKA HOFFMAN IS A multi-disciplinary designer,
COMMUNITY ORGANIZEr, placemaker, and permaculture educator

Her work is driven by the understanding that the regeneration of our planet is not mutually exclusive to the collective liberation of all peoples. She is most inspired by the intersection of environmental justice and creative expression. 

Logistics and Community Programs Manager: Wilderness Torah

Former Events Steward and Board member: PLACE For Sustainable Living

Former Co-Producer: Northern California Permaculture Convergence

BA from University of Vermont, 2013
Major: Environmental Studies with a concentration in: Community, Culture, and Justice. Minor: Visual Arts
Permaculture Design Certificate, 2014 from Punta Mona Center for Regenerative Design and Botanical Studies
Placemaking Ambassador Certificate, 2016 from Mark Lakeman of City Repair Project

Molly is proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, as well as painting, collage, mixed media art, interior design, permaculture/landscape design, and sacred altar design and installation. 

Recently she has been most passionate about interior and landscape design for public community spaces. 

She is available for projects including but not limited to: custom fine art pieces, interior design, landscape design (design consultation and/or build and install), altar creation/public art installation, graphic logos, product labels, interior and exterior digital renderings, flyers, publication layouts, promotion decks, and more.


Inquire to collaborate at mollyhoffwoman at gmail dot com