Mitchell is an educator, community builder, and designer that has dedicated his career to creating programs that have a positive impact on people’s lives through transformative experiences and progressive innovative pedagogy. He has worked in schools, camps, theaters, dorms, after-school and summer programs with ages ranging from toddlers to college students. Most recently, Mitchell taught math, urban design, history and literature at CITYterm at the Masters School in their interdisciplinary experience-based curriculum as well as serving as a dorm parent in their residential program. A graduate of Oakland Early College and Hampshire College, Mitchell got his degree in educational technology and curriculum development with an emphasis on mathematics education and experimental pedagogy. Mitchell also has worked as a staff supervisor at Wooden Acres Camp after being a counselor for many years, at the 92nd St Y in the Passport NYC program and as a private tutor. As a designer, he has worked on many theatrical productions primarily in props and scenic design at institutions such as Ars Nova, Abrons Arts Center, Williamstown Theater Festival, the Drama League of New York, NYMF, TADA Youth Theater and on Broadway.