Evan Malbrough

Evan Malbrough is a native of Smyrna, Georgia. He is a 2020 graduate of Georgia State University with a degree in Public Policy and a minor in Cello Performance as well as an inductee to Georgia State University’s 2022 40 under 40 class. At GSU, Evan was a founding member of his Vote Everywhere where he led civic engagement programming on the campus.While pursuing his undergraduate studies, Evan served as a Summer Research Fellow at the United States Department of Defense serving at the Pentagon. At the Pentagon, Evan worked in legislative affairs and worked to support the DOD Office of General Counsel. Upon graduating, Evan became a 2020 Puffin Fellow with the Andrew Goodman Foundation. Evan is the founder of the Georgia Youth Poll Worker Project where he recruited 1000 poll workers to work the 2020 general election and 2021 run off. The Georgia Youth Poll Worker Project was officially acquired by the ACLU of Georgia in December of 2021. Evan now works as a Voting Access Project Fellow at the ACLU of Georgia as well as a member of the Board of Directors for the Andrew Goodman Foundation. Finally, Evan is a writer who has published in publications such as Forbes, Teen Vogue, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution.