Published author with books titled Leadership Essentials, and PAVED (Passion, Attitude, Values, Energy, and Determination), Mitchel specializes in Leadership Development, Ph.D. in Curriculum and Supervision and M.Ed. from the University of Pittsburgh; B.S. in Education with minor equivalency in Communications, Sociology, Slippery Rock University; Mentored more than 400 professionals from nonprofit, and entrepreneurial organizations; Professional trainer for organizations, facilitator at Geneva College for 20-plus years, and designed curriculum for adults; Courses taught in Organizational Leadership, Comparative Organizational Systems, Ethical Leadership, Human Resources, Human Services, Cultural Diversity, Organizational Development, Leadership and Administration, etc. Holds awards nationally as TV host and producer (5-time national award winner) and regionally for writing as a columnist (award-winning) and for public speaking; administrative coaching, professional speaker during staff development with schools, law enforcement, and training various organizations, leadership consultant; Keynote speaker and motivational speaker to executives, coaching top administrators, high school, college and university students, and meeting facilitator, etc. Training specialties: leadership training, ethics in the workplace, toxic and difficult employees, implicit bias, hard and soft skills in the workplace, communications, coaching skills, team building, servant leadership, decision making, executive training, etc.