Hillary Molloy is an associate data engineer in the ETS AI Research labs. She received her B.A. in anthropology from Dickinson College in 2012. Since joining ETS in 2013, she has supported internally and externally funded research projects primarily pertaining to automated writing evaluation, traditionally underserved learners, and spoken dialogue systems. She’s also been involved in projects related to collaborative problem solving, automated content generation, and fairness in testing. Her key responsibilities include managing projects and agile teams, developing research instruments, analyzing data, leading data collections, performing linguistic annotations, and supporting the aggregation and cleansing of data. Additionally, she is a certified scrum master, who is acting as a producer for the Automated Content Generation team in the Natural Language Processing lab.