Brian Kahn Malmon

OBJECTIVE:   To obtain employment or internship in the field of journalism.


  •  Excellent jounalistic instincts and an ability to write a wide variety of features, columns, and
      hard news stories.

  •  Strong oral communication skills and an ability to calmly handle difficult situations.

  •  Vast experience with Microsoft Word and WordPerfect, extensive knowledge of Internet
      Browsers, ability to learn new software very quickly, fluency in HTML Computing
      Language,and excellent typing skills (60 wpm).

  •  Languages: Spanish (reading).


  •  Columbia Daily Spectator (circulation 20,000), Columbia University, New York, New   York, March 1996 - Present.
      Managing Board Editor, columnist, feature writer, and beat reporter for the
      second-oldest daily collegiate student newspaper in the nation.

  •  Potomac Gazette (circulation 312,000), Gaithersburg, Maryland, 1992-94 (Part-time).
      Worked as a beat reporter and feature writer covering high school sports, specifically
      football and basketball.


  •  Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Affiliates, Washington, DC, Summer
      Legal intern for the second largest law practice in the world. Worked in a variety of
      capacities throughout the firm, including maintaining a log of press clippings for Robert
      Bennett, President Clinton's attorney in the Paula Jones civil trial.
  •  Weissblatt's Delicatessen, Potomac, MD, Fall 1994 - Summer 1996 (Part-time).
      Ran deli counter for local business.
  •  Montgomery County Social Services, Potomac, MD, Summer 1992.
      Volunteered at a day camp as a private counselor for a child with muscular dystrophy.

  •  President-elect of Uptown Vocal, a campus singing group that was a semi-finalist in the
      1997 Finals of College A Cappella.
  •  Male romantic lead of the "104th Annual Varsity Show," a comedic musical review of the
      year at Columbia.


  •  Columbia University, New York City, New York. Bachelor of Arts expected May 1999,
      Political Science.

  •  Winston Churchill High School, Potomac, Maryland. Graduated June, 1995.


    College: 3.698 GPA.
    High School: 3.82 GPA; 4.57 Weighted GPA (top mark being 4.70).

    References available on request.