Mitch joined Keystone in 2019 as an associate in the San Francisco office. He received his B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. At Stanford, Mitch was lead teaching assistant for Digital Systems Design, a core hardware engineering course utilizing the HDL Verilog, and received the James F. Gibbons Outstanding Student Teaching Award. While at school, he was also president of an undergraduate business association and worked with Amazon and Warner Music Group. Mitch believes technology is a key gateway to creativity.
In his free time, Mitch enjoys playing tennis, discovering new and challenging hikes, and composing music.