Malcolm Naftulin is a fellow at the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network (BEN). As an undergraduate at the University of Washington, Malcolm was pre-med, and after graduating, Malcolm earned his master's degree in clinical anatomy from Creighton University. Malcolm’s interest in entrepreneurship originally grew from his interest in the rapidly developing field of medical technology, and after completing the master's program, Malcolm decided to change his career path, and pursue his entrepreneurial interest. Malcolm is currently a JD/MBA candidate at the University of Colorado, on track to graduate in May 2018. During the summer of 2015, Malcolm served as a legal intern for a telecommunications technology startup in Boulder called LeadsToday. There, Malcolm drafted contracts including reseller agreements and stock option agreements, and advised the CEO regarding various statutory compliance issues. Currently, Malcolm is an executive board member for the Silicon Flatirons Student Group and an associate for the Deming Center Venture Fund.
Malcolm is originally from Sacramento, California, where he attended Rio Americano High School. Malcolm is an avid alpine skier, hiker, music enthusiast, and diehard Cleveland Browns fan.