Malcolm Temple is a first-year Master in Public Policy candidate at Harvard Kennedy School. Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, he is passionate about education, migration and economic empowerment in the global south. He hopes to use his skills to build cross-national solidarity among marginalized communities on issues of social and economic injustice. Previously, Malcolm worked at the United Nations World Food Program in Rwanda, where he contributed to refugee food assistance and farmer capacity-building, among other initiatives aimed at boosting food security. He holds a B.A. in Culture and Communication from Ithaca College.