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Jacquelyn Malcolm is the Vice Chancellor for Information Technology for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System. Dr. Malcolm possesses 20 years of distinctive higher education experience including, leadership roles in information technology, marketing and communications, as well as supporting enrollment management efforts at multiple institutions.
Prior to her tenure at the Minnesota State System, Malcolm was the CIO & VP for Enrollment, Marketing, and Communications for SUNY Buffalo State College. She worked at Catholic University as the executive director of marketing and communications and at Delaware State University, where she worked as the executive director of integrated marketing.
Before returning to Delaware State, Malcolm worked at the University of the District of Columbia for seven years, where she served as executive director of interactive media and portal administrator, executive director of alumni relations, and assistant vice president for marketing, communications, and alumni relations.
She earned a B.S. in business administration from Drexel University, an M.S. in project management from the George Washington University, and an Ed.D. in educational leadership from Delaware State University.