Miles Malbrough

Hometown: Hendersonville, TN

high school: Beech Senior HS

college: Harvard University

MAJOR: Social Studies

Raised in a rural community near Hendersonville, Tennessee, Miles Malbrough realized his interest in international relations as a student at the Tennessee Governor’s School for International Studies, a month-long program held at the University of Memphis. Miles’s international interests along with his goal to improve his own community motivated him to excel as a student, athlete, and volunteer.

A National Achievement Scholar and AP Scholar, Miles graduated as Co-Valedictorian of his senior class, while balancing his athletic and community service pursuits. As Region Champion and All Mid-State Team member in Cross Country and District Champion in Track & Field, he also dedicated his time to Future Business Leaders of America and the Tennessee Beta Club as a State Officer in both organizations. Additionally, Miles’s senior year volunteer work focused on creating a tutoring program, connecting high school honors students to sixth through eighth graders who needed extra assistance with schoolwork.

For fun, Miles indulged in his interest for law as a volunteer in the Sumner County Teen Court in which he prosecuted juvenile sentence hearings and was named the 2012 Attorney of the Year. He also competed in Mock Trial, in which his team advanced to the State Championship for the third time in 2012 where he was named Tennessee’s Best Advocate for the Plaintiff.

Miles attends Harvard University where he plans to concentrate in Government, pursue certificates in Spanish and Portuguese, and continue to participate in community service, especially tutoring.

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