DONALD A. MITCHELL

Financial Representative at Northwestern Mutual

 

 donald.mitchell@nm.com

TOPIC OF DISCUSSION:
Eliminate Risk, Protect Your Business and Think Ahead

We love what we do. It’s why we all get up in the morning! But during your busy day of running your business, making connections and growing, do you ever consider your assets? Donald will be discussing the steps needed to eliminate and identify personal and business risks to protect your assets. In addition, he will also advise on thinking ahead in terms of your retirement and future needs. Join Donald for some key takeaways and come prepared with questions!

ABOUT DONALD

As a Financial Representative at Northwestern Mutual, Donald strives to cultivate relationships with successful individuals, families, and business owners who want guidance on how to achieve current financial success and how to protect and preserve assets over the long term. Calling oneself a professional doesn’t really make one a professional. Professionalism is defined not only by the measure of one’s experience, education and accreditation, but by one’s character and professional standard of practice in supporting clients as a trusted financial expert.

Prior to joining Northwestern Mutual, Donald spent over two years as the VP of Operations and Projects at The YMCA of Greater Springfield. He graduated from American International College with a Bachelor’s of Science in business administration and management.

Through personal commitment, professional associations, accreditations and continuing education, Donald has worked hard to establish a reputation as a respected professional and to gain the trust of clients. For 20 years he has worked as a small business owner and an executive in the nonprofit and government sectors helping individuals and small businesses realize their potential. Donald is currently an active member of African Hall Subcommittee of the Springfield Museums, volunteer CYO basketball girls basketball coach, and a board member of Rick’s Place, and he serves as a member of the Development Subcommittee for the Cancer House of Hope.