Anthony Mitchell

Anthony Mitchell is an international strategy adviser with a unique blend of skills.

Sitting on Boards in the private, public and non-for-profit sectors, Anthony brings his global thought leadership in commerce, psychology and mathematics to the development and execution of leading-edge strategies for success.

Anthony has been advising companies internationally for nearly 20 years. In 2008 alone, he worked in Australia, New Zealand, China, India, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, Fiji and Papua New Guinea, advising on strategic issues across 30 countries for clients ranging from major multi-nationals to Australia's leading law firms and one of the largest banks in the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to his current role, Anthony spent 12 years with the Sheffield Group where he was a Partner and CEO of Sheffield Australia.

Current appointments include;  External appointee to the Strategy Group (the de facto Board) of the Audit Office of New South Wales, New South Wales President of Amnesty International Australia, Director of Amnesty International Australia, Member of Governance Committee and Strategic Planning Committee of Board of Amnesty International Australia, Chairman and Director of Bendelta Pty Ltd (Strategic Advisors),

In recent times Anthony has worked on projects which include, designing a 12-country strategic plan for one of Asia-Pacific's largest financial institutions (2008), the design and delivery (for 5 years) of a leadership program for Directors, Executive Directors and Country Managing Directors from 17 countries for one of the world's largest professional services firms, run three times annually in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Sydney (2004-2008).

Anthony holds degrees in Mathematics and Psychology from the University of Auckland (where, as highest graduating student, he was Senior Scholar in both the Mathematics and Psychology faculties), and post-graduate Business qualifications from Cornell University, New York.

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