Ross Mitchel

Since establishing his consulting practice in 1994, Ross has helped a broad range of organizations develop and implement effective business strategies and operating initiatives. Industries served include financial services, manufacturing, hospitality, architecture, fitness, transportation, health care, retail, distribution, construction, public utilities, marketing, and technology, as well as the education and non-profit sectors.

Prior to consulting, Ross founded Principal Finance, a Boston area mortgage company. During this time, Ross was also active in the Massachusetts Mortgage Association serving in several board positions including president, and lobbying for mortgage reform on the state and federal levels. Before Principal Finance, Ross was in the real estate investment and development business in Boston and other markets around the country.

Ross has served on the boards of the Providence After School Alliance, Zachery Scott Theatre, and the Jewish Community Association of Austin. He has taught consulting at Brown University and Providence College, and helped develop the student consulting program at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at which he has coached dozens of MBA project teams. He is a regular speaker for trade associations and business groups.

Ross attended Boston University and the Boston Architectural Center. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.