Malcolm is a corporate communications strategist who helps clients to excel through superior planning and management. He has led projects in marketing strategy and communications, and business planning. He is also an accomplished trainer, helping clients to prepare for public speaking roles and media interviews. His client list includes public and private corporations as well as the Canadian government.
In government, he served as communications director for the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, managing political communications for the government’s response to the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, the Nisga’a Final Agreement, and the creation of the Nunavut territory.
Previously, Malcolm held leadership positions in Canadian media organizations. He directed daily news coverage and special events from Parliament Hill in Ottawa, anchored national radio news coverage of several elections and political events, and provided commentary on network television broadcasts. He continues to provide voiceover and narration services.
Malcolm is a former president of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Ottawa chapter. IABC links 14,000 communicators in a global network that inspires, establishes and supports the highest professional standards of quality and innovation in organizational communication. He is also a member of the Public Affairs Association of Canada.
Malcolm holds an MBA from the University of Ottawa and an MA in political science (international relations) from Carleton University.