Recommendations can also be viewed on my LinkedIn profile.
“Malcolm and I worked together in 2014 and 2015, with Malcolm leading our events marketing strategy. Malcolm used his experience from both sales and marketing to make recommendations on how we planned our events, and also brought on an excellent new agency partner for our events creative. For the events we worked on together, Malcolm diligently tracked milestones, keeping me on top of my deadlines and always (I mean always) double checked to see if I needed any additional help to ensure our brand and marketing message were cleanly delivered. I was proud of the events we delivered on together, with success in large part to Malcolm”
– G. Behrens, Product Marketing Manager, Navistar. Inc.
“Malcolm and I worked together for three years at Navistar. When I first met him, he had just started his first job after graduation. I was immediately impressed by his maturity and his enthusiasm to take on a variety of projects with ease. Over the years, I’ve witnessed him plan and execute several large scale events and marketing initiatives with great success. I have seen him earn the respect and admiration of peers and leaders through his deep product and industry expertise. I have seen repeated examples of him going above and beyond for customers and co-workers. He is driven, unflappable and authentic. I’m confident that Malcolm can and will succeed in anything he sets out to achieve and would be a highly valuable asset to any organization.”
– K. Waymire, Senior Manager, Customer Relationship Marketing, Navistar, Inc.
“I have had the great pleasure of working with Malcolm throughout 2015.
Malcolm is a strategic marketer with a sharp focus on results. His leadership skills allowed for a very successful event season for our collective team. I look forward to partnering with him more in the near future!”
– A. Hill, Senior Account Director, George P Johnson
“My experience with Malcolm Cammeron began when he volunteered as a student for a mentoring program at The University of Alabama. As part of the Professional Staff Assembly, I was assigned to work with Malcolm throughout a semester, offering guidance as he continued on his educational path. Malcolm demonstrated a keen interest in a career as a publishing/marketing professional and asked intelligent questions as to how he should proceed and work toward his goals. The next year, Malcolm asked for an opportunity to intern with the University Press, where I am the publicist. He quickly became a valuable team member, working on a variety of tasks – everything from research, to data entry, to copy writing, to social network/e-marketing planning. Although Malcolm’s internship with the Press was brief, he was extremely conscientious and determined to do a good job. His work was thorough and he exhibited mature responsibility to see the project through complete execution. Some of the traits that Malcolm exhibited best were gratefulness, sincerity, responsibility, diligence, and resourcefulness. Malcolm will be greatly missed at the Press, but we know that he has much to offer any employee and will be hugely successful in his future.”
– R. Minder, Publicist, The University of Alabama Press
“Malcolm has an excellent ability to build meaningful relationships with his residents. He has grown the sense of community among residents through his strategic use of the hall social networks. He is an excellent communicator–both verbal and written–and displays an amazing drive to achieve beyond what is expected. It is a pleasure to recommend Malcolm as he will definitely be one of the greatest assets at any organization for which he works.”
– J. Witherington, Assistant Community Director, University of Alabama
“Of the 50 or so student editors I managed in two years as the editor-in-chief of The Crimson White, Malcolm was one of the most dependable. He began as an intern on our social media team and quickly picked up the tone we were trying to achieve on Twitter and Facebook and the importance of social media in our overall strategy. He was indispensable in our social media coverage of the April 2011 tornado that devastated Tuscaloosa.
As the community manager in 2011-2012, Malcolm oversaw an explosion in our Twitter following, from about 7,000 followers in May 2011 to 14,500 in May 2012. He managed a team of four other social media specialists, organized contests, and led in-person community outreach in places like the student union.
One of Malcolm’s best traits is his adaptability. Whenever big news broke on campus, he was always quick to Twitter to help gather information and show our audience that we were on top of a story. He also found clever and engaging ways to interact with our audience when we were facing criticism, whether because of a controversial article or an embarrassing mistake. When necessary, he could turn a negative into a positive. Malcolm shows a tremendous amount of leadership ability and a strong knowledge of the changing media landscape. He’d be a valuable asset for any team.”
– V. Luckerson, Editor-in-Chief, The Crimson White
“Malcolm is one of the most well-read people that I know. He is very detail oriented and possesses astonishing professional writing skills. While working at the Ferguson Center as a Manager’s Assistant, Malcolm’s responsibilities included scheduling, organizing professional development on a semester basis, communicating with student staff and faculty staff acting as a liaison between the two groups, and other tasks assigned to him.
In all tasks assigned to Malcolm, he has always performed beyond original expectations to produce work matching those of seasoned professional’s currently working at the University of Alabama. As a rising professional at the University of Alabama, I consider Malcolm to be an exceptionally well-rounded self-starter. I hold him in the most high of regards and would, without any hesitation, recommend him for any position he may strive for. Every team needs a young professional of Malcolm’s caliber.”
– T. Pruitt, II, Discovery Series Student Program Coordinator, The University of Alabama