Freddy Mitchell, Member at Large
Master of Public Policy '17
Freddy is Vice President of Congressional Relations for the American Bankers Association (ABA). He engages policymakers through lobbying and advocacy to achieve public policy objectives on the diverse spectrum of legislative priorities that impact the ABA and its member banks. He also leads ABA’s lobbying efforts within the US Senate and plays a vital role in helping advance ABA’s legislative priorities in the Senate Banking Committee.
Prior to joining the ABA, Freddy spent three years in the office of Government, Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), where he lobbied House and Senate members on banking, financial services, tax, trade, and cybersecurity issues. In addition to PwC, he has held positions in a government relations and paralegal capacity with several law firms including Jones Walker LLP and Williams & Connelly LLP, and spent time on the House Ways and Means Committee. Freddy received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from George Mason University and studied at the University of Oxford.