Freddy Mitchell, Member at Large
Master of Public Policy '17
Freddy Mitchell is vice president of U.S. government relations at MetLife and serves as a senior member of the U.S. government relations team, leading the company’s advocacy and lobbying efforts on retirement, annuities, capital markets, and various other financial services policies. He engages policymakers on key issues that impact MetLife to achieve public policy and political affairs objectives before Congress and the White House.
Prior to joining MetLife, Mitchell served as vice president of congressional relations for the American Bankers Association, where he advised member companies and developed legislative strategies on banking and securities issues. He also spent three years in the office of Government, Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), where he engaged with policymakers on tax, financial services, and cybersecurity issues.
In addition to PwC, Mitchell has held positions in a government relations and paralegal capacity with several law firms including Jones Walker LLP and Williams & Connolly LLP, and spent time on the Ways and Means Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Mitchell received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from George Mason University and studied at the University of Oxford.