Miles is a 2016 graduate of Harvard College, where he studied Social Studies with a focus field in intergenerational social mobility. After graduating, he served as a Peace Corp Volunteer in the Dominican Republic for three years, teaching sexual health, entrepreneurship, and English to teens in a small farming community. Now a student at Vanderbilt Law School, Miles has served as a legal aid volunteer for DACA and U-Visa recipients through Nashville’s Woodbine Immigration Clinic and as a research assistant for the Vanderbilt Immigration Practice Clinic in its representation of youth applying for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. Miles plans to pursue a career in impact litigation with an emphasis on advocacy for Black, Latinx, and LGBTQ+ communities in the South.

Miles Malbrough

Hometown – Hendersonville, TN
Undergrad – Harvard College, AB, Social Studies
Graduate School – JD, Vanderbilt Law School
Major/Academic Interest – Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, Sponsored by the Albert and Anne Mansfield Foundation