Mitchell Sipus

Advisory Board Member

Mitch blends design and data science to build companies that redefine how the world works. Regular speaker at venues such as Columbia Earth Institute, Harvard Center for Geographic Analysis, MIT Media Lab, and Oxford University. Previously featured in publications such as WIRED, Forbes, Popular Science, ArchDaily, Gizmodo, and publications and reports by the Urban Land Institute, American Planning Association.

In 2016, Mitch received a two-year presidential appointment to drive massive change in federal agencies. The Presidential Innovation Fellows program was founded by President Barack Obama to embed top innovators from the private sector into the highest level of government to deliver significant results. Mitch received his PhD in Design and Human Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University.