As a former Managing Director and co-founder of Kidron Strategies, he serviced clients in Israel and Europe in areas of messaging, public relations and survey research.
As a Communications Assistant and Speechwriter to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (2001-2003), Mitchell wrote hundreds of speeches for the PM. He was a member of the Communications Delegation to the Aqaba Peace Summit (June 2003) and also served on the Prime Minister’s transition team in February 2001.
As an Adviser to Ministers of Finance Yaacov Neeman and Dan Meridor (1997-99) he wrote speeches, talking points, and regularly briefed the foreign media.
Additionally he worked as an aide to Benjamin Netanyahu in the Foreign Ministry, Prime Minister's Office, Knesset and Likud Party from 1991-1995.
Mitchell was a guest commentator on the semi-final episode of the popular reality television show ‘The Ambassador’. He was also a featured guest on the award winning interview show, ‘Cross Israel’. He is often interviewed by foreign journalists in Israel about political and diplomatic developments, and is a regular commentator on Israel Broadcasting Authority (IBA) news, the Knesset TV channel and global news network Russia Today.
A New York native, Mitchell holds a BA degree in Political Science and Psychology from George Washington University in Washington, DC (1990). After graduation he worked on Capitol Hill before moving to Israel in January 1991. He lives with his wife and their five children in Jerusalem.