Associate Professor, Communication Studies
Dr. Arianna Molloy (Ph.D., University of Denver, CO) is an Associate Professor of Organizational Communication in the Division of Communication at Biola University. Dr. Molloy's research focuses on meaningful work, work as a calling, having published in premier journals such the International Journal of Business Communication, Communication Studies, Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Religion. She has also written for Christianity Today. She is currently working on her first book, Healthy Calling: Moving from Toxic Burnout to Sustainable Work, out in November 2024. Her love for teaching is reflected in a variety of outstanding teaching awards, and been a guest for Yale's Center for Faith & Culture on human flourishing in the classroom.
In addition to being an active speaker in academic settings, Arianna works as a communication consultant for organizations such as Chick-fil-A, as well as business professionals, and ministries. Dr. Molloy's areas of consulting expertise include: strategically developing presentational/speaking skills (both verbal/content and nonverbal/delivery); building a collaborative environment; increasing team success; as well as analyzing meaningful work, burnout, and preventative measure. She is originally from Seattle, Washington and is happily married to Dr. Allen Yeh, a professor of Intercultural Studies. They enjoy running half marathons, traveling the world, and drinking good coffee. They have one young son and one old cat.