Former Wide Receiver for the New England Patriots & Children’s Book Author
Malcolm Mitchell is a native of Valdosta, Georgia. As a high school senior, he was an Under Armour All-American and finished in the top ten all time receivers at the University of Georgia (UGA). While a student athlete, Malcolm was recognized as the National Captain of the Allstate Good Works Team for his visits to elementary schools to read to students and talk about literacy, the first student ever at UGA to win this Honor. He also received the National Haier Achievement Award for his success beyond athletics. Additionally, Malcolm was the recipient of the Atlanta Sports Council Community Service Award, the Georgia Chapter of the National College Football Hall of Fame Jack Turner Award, and the UGA Student Athlete of the Year Award. He graduated in December 2015 from the University of Georgia with a degree in Communications. Read More >
TEDx: Be the Coffee Bean: Lessons on Adversity from a Super Bowl Champion
Life is Good Stories
Reading is My Passion
Malcolm Mitchell and Book Clubs
I Had to Work to Read
The Importance of Reading
I Beg You To Be The Coffee Bean
"We were very pleased with every part of the event involving Malcolm Mitchell. He was a very articulate and heart felt speaker. The highlight was the Q&A time he spent with our faculty and student athletes. He was a hit. Everyone we dealt with was professional and it was a great experience."
"Malcolm was so easy to work with. His message was on point and well received. I see lots of calls for engagements in his future from the systems that were in attendance and those they share. We will definitely be figuring out when and who we want him to teach next."
"Malcolm did a phenomenal job, and everyone loved him!! He made a great impression on our Florida Department of Education partners as well as the educators at the conference. He such a pleasure to be around too. Thank you so much for your help in getting him to our conference."
"It was absolutely amazing! It was a game changer and I can’t thank you enough."
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