Malcolm is the Co-founder of Skillshare, and a Mentor for 500 Startups, the Thiel Foundation, and SXSW.
He was previously an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) at 500 Startups, CTO and Head of Product for Skillshare, led the Product team at OMGPOP, was a Senior Technologist at Razorfish, an E-commerce Specialist for IBM Global Services, and a graduate of IBM’s Extreme Blue program where he co-filed four patents. Moreover, he has played an integral part in many websites such as Uniqlo, NFL, Home Depot, Sears / Kmart / MyGofer, MB USA, Ford, Siebel Scholars, and more.
Malcolm holds a B.S. in Computer Science with a double major in Business Administration and minor in E-commerce from Carnegie Mellon University.
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|Jul 11, 2014||Mashable - 17 Business Models Shaking Up the Marketplace|
|Apr 30, 2014||TechCrunch - 500 Startups Accelerator Announces Its Ninth Batch Of Companies|
|Feb 28, 2014||FinSMEs - Skillshare Raises $6.1M|
|May 15, 2013||VentureBurn - 10 amazing US-based startups founded by immigrants from emerging markets|
|Apr 11, 2013||Mashable - 39 Unforgettable Moments in Tech Startup History|
|Feb 3, 2013||FinSMEs - Skillshare Raises $1M in Funding|
|Nov 14, 2012||New York Observer - Tech Insurgents 2012: Mike Karnjanaprakorn|
|Sep 5, 2012||Mashable - 6 Ways to Prove Yourself as a Young Entrepreneur|