Mitchell Brown is an Army veteran with extensive experience as a linguist, intelligence collector, and reconnaissance asset. He was forward deployed in support of special operations missions in multiple global conflict zones. After his Army career, Mitchell took a legislative role in the U.S. House of Representatives in Nashville, Tennessee. Mitchell was subsequently appointed to serve as the deputy White House Liaison for the Department of Labor for the Trump administration. In this role, Mitchell interacted with White House leadership, congressional staff, the business community, and senate confirmed leaders at the Department of Labor to support workers and industry. Mitchell was tasked with a leading role in lowering the unemployment rate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mitchell was later detailed to the Presidential Personnel Office at the White House, assisting in personnel management administration-wide. Mitchell worked on Presidential, Senatorial, and Congressional campaigns for the RNC. Mitchell is a graduate of Defense Language Institute and holds a bachelor’s degree with a focus on political science.
What was your first job?
I worked as a busboy at my mother's restaurant!
What is your most significant accomplishment as a professional?
My most significant accomplishment as a professional was when I was appointed to serve as the deputy White House Liaison for the Department of Labor for the Trump administration.
Do you have any skills or talents that people don’t know about?
I am fluent in four languages.
The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is…
Take chances, some will pay off.