Executive Director, Arizona Manufacturing Partnership
Malcolm possesses 30+ years’ experience in manufacturing, business development, and executive leadership. He joined AMP in 2015 after serving 2 years as Associate Director for Corporate Development with the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. There he helped establish a new 4-year manufacturing engineering program and worked with employers to develop mentoring and internship programs for students. Most recently he successfully obtained industry sponsorships to fund new academic and research programs in Additive Manufacturing. Prior to ASU, Malcolm was employed 8 years by Honeywell Aerospace, serving most recently as Director of Engineering. Malcolm’s career began with Deere & Company where he worked 15 years in progressing technical, business development and management roles. He also operated a successful consulting practice for 10 years.
During his career, Malcolm has helped launch 3 successful business start-ups and has championed numerous other ventures. For example, at Honeywell he led a 200-person organization that created a custom repair and overhaul business serving the Dept. of Defense, achieving $53M in revenues over a 4-year period. His interests and career experiences are diverse, but his passion is helping organizations grow and developing the next-generation of business leaders. Among the industries and companies he has advised and worked include:
- Aerospace: Honeywell, Raytheon, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Aerojet Rocketdyne
- Defense: Dept. of Defense, Dept. of Energy, NNSA, NASA, General Dynamics
- Automotive: General Motors, Ford, Navistar, Paccar, General Electric
- Heavy Industrial: John Deere, J. I. Case, Caterpillar, Komatsu
- Machine Tool: Sunnen Products, Danly Machine, Giddings & Lewis
- Electronics: Intel, AMD, Dell
- Consumer Products: Coleman, Rubbermaid, Amana, Texas Instruments
- Medical: Mayo Clinic, Medtronic, Exsomed
Malcolm is a graduate of Texas A&M University where he obtained B.S. and M.S. degrees in Engineering. He is a past member of the Society of Automotive Engineers and Society of Manufacturing Engineers. He formerly served on the Board of Directors for Integrated Manufacturing Technology Initiative (IMTI), a non-profit consortium of major U.S. industries, government agencies, and universities who collaborate to create investment programs for emerging manufacturing technologies. He currently serves on the advisory board to the College of Engineering at University of Arizona and the Arizona Advanced Manufacturing Institute (Az AMI).