for-finding-your-inner-gritFinding Your Inner Grit – A CIA Officer’s Perspective -Sold Out

Join us for an open conversation with a former Navy SEAL and CIA Officer on finding your inner grit.

We all live with risk. However, within us lies the capacity to meet challenges. Some aspects include:

  • Accessing toughness in different situations
  • The essence of focus
  • Building a toolset to overcome challenges
  • Maintaining a growth mindset

Wednesday, April 29, 2020
5:00PM – 6:00PM

Harvard Club of San Francisco Members: Free

Non-Members: $20

Membership for Harvard alumni for One year: $60 (click here)

HCSF Zoom Webinar (dial-in information will be sent on Wednesday, April 29 at noon to those who RSVP)
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About the Speaker:
Robert Mitchell served for over 15 years as a Navy SEAL and CIA Officer, including eight combat deployments in support of US strategic objectives globally and serving as the Communications and Intelligence department head.

He has lived and worked in over 50 countries around the world and speaks Russian, French, and Spanish.

Mr. Mitchell has co-founded multiple firms with the common themes of creating opportunities for Special Operations veterans to transition to their next careers and protecting corporate, government, and family assets.

He serves as a trusted strategic advisor supporting enterprise clients, private family offices and early-stage start-ups on issues of leadership, cyber security, and technology risk. With his background in national security, foreign policy, finance, insurance, technology and politics, he has assembled a diverse team of master practitioners to share their expertise and perspectives on the issues of greatest concern to clients.

A native of Sonoma County, CA, he began his career in the wine business after attending UC Berkeley and received a Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York, Albany.