A native of the Philadelphia area, Malcolm Culleton first got involved with community organizing while attending Columbia University, working on immigrants and worker’s rights issues through a community group called Sweatshop Free Upper West Side while helping arrange campus protests around a variety of social justice issues.
After college he spent time as a canvasser with the Fund for the Public Interest and volunteered as a program associate at the Bread and Roses community fund as a Quaker Voluntary Service fellow before beginning work at ACTION United in September of 2014.
Since he started working at ACTION United Malcolm has helped with a wide range of community initiatives, and has been on the forefront of organizing low to moderate income community members in Southwest Philadelphia and Germantown. Malcolm excels at connecting with community members and listening to community concerns around the biggest problems in Philadelphia neighborhoods.
To contact Malcolm, email him @ firstname.lastname@example.org