Malcolm’s role is to act as a conduit between the business world and the academic expertise available at the University of Suffolk. This can take the form of executive education and CPD training provided by or in partnership with leading academics to upskill its people in ever changing environments; or the development of longer-term knowledge exchange programmes to help further develop working partnerships between professional people, industry bodies and University resources such as fixed assets, University facilitators and academic researchers. With focus given to the UoS Leadership & Management Academy and business provision within EAST (Engineering, Arts, Science & Technology) – Malcolm’s job is to make the University of Suffolk the destination of choice for businesses wanting to tackle the challenges of tomorrow, today.
Malcolm has joined the University from a successful career within the international maritime trade and supply chain sector. He has a track record of establishing long term, strategic partnerships with blue chips clients across many verticals. In his spare time, Malcolm participates in the design, development and organisation of charity obstacle course race events which have generated much needed income for regional and national charities. Malcolm is Alma Marta of the University Campus Suffolk (the predecessor of the University of Suffolk) and is looking forward to giving back to his local community.