WE HEART: Romantic Matchmaker, Molly Kane

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The Ultimate Catch: Intriguing Seattleites

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Molly Kane

26 |  Seattle, WA (Fremont)

Hometown: Seattle, WA (Laurelhurst)

Occupation: Professional Matchmaker

Why We Heart Them

This intriguing lady loves to find love for other people. Molly is a people person and has turned her social skills into an exciting career as a professional matchmaker at It’s Just Lunch Seattle, a specialized matchmaking service for educated, busy professionals.

Molly sets-up first dates for her clients to help minimize stress and maximize efficiency by working with their busy schedules to coordinate and make reservations for lunch, brunch or drinks after work. She says she enjoys making a difference on a personal level and truly takes her job to heart, “I love that I act as a headhunter for my client’s personal lives; and the reward of finding someone a life partner is truly priceless in my book!”

As a Seattle native, Molly attended the University of Washington and after graduating, she established a steady career in one of the leading staffing agencies in town, where she received national recognition for her accomplishments in the field, but being a love connector was where she truly found her passion. Matchmaking has proven to be the best match for her professional and personal strengths.

Molly is a busy young-professional, but always finds time to travel and stay active to maintain her work-life balance.  She has studied abroad in Spain and back-packed all around Europe, loves sports and is an avid skier. She is currently training for her first half marathon. In between work and play, she volunteers with Seattle Works, an non-profit organization that connects volunteers, develops emerging leaders and inspires dialogue to create a thriving community of actively engaged individuals. Molly is also looking forward to becoming a Big Sister with the Big Brother Big Sister program, as well as joining the Junior League of Seattle this spring.

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