Trying to sum up Mitchell’s career is no easy task. With a history that spans over two decades working with Fortune 100 Companies, DARPA, and The World Bank, his focused has always been on bringing new technologies to reality.
Joining Yulex in 2006 Mitchell continued his passion for innovating and pioneering advanced bioprocesses and materials, helping to make guayule a new and viable industrial crop. At Yulex he was responsible for engineering the company’s bioprocessing technologies, designing, and constructing process facilities and overseeing material development and commercialization.
Inspired and motivated by “what if” and big, bold ideas his passion led to the creation of the world’s first all-natural replacement for neoprene foam.
Mitchell graduated from UCSB with a degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA from Rutgers University. Mitchell splits his time between the family farm in New England with his wife and the beaches of Southern California.