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Education advocate, writer, Denver native
Born and raised in Denver, CO, Malcom Glenn currently works in the communications field in the education advocacy both nationally and in Washington, D.C. His previous experience includes work at a Democratic polling/strategic consulting firm in the nation's capital, a stint as a correspondent for The Washington Post and CBS News during the 2008 Democratic National Convention in his hometown, and written work for The Denver Post and Sports Illustrated. He has appeared on CBS' "The Early Show," the Al Jazeera English network, and at panel events around the country with the Center for American Progress and the Harvard Institute of Politics, discussing youth voting trends. Malcom graduated from Denver's Thomas Jefferson High School in 2005, and earned a history degree from Harvard College in June 2009. At Harvard, he was the first African American president of The Harvard Crimson in over a half century.