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Julian Mitchell is an award-winning marketer, instructor, and multimedia journalist. He's crafted content and campaigns for brands like Beats By Dre, Honda, Wells Fargo, Google, Sovereign Brands and Magic Johnson Enterprises. In 2013, Mitchell worked alongside Sean "Diddy" Combs to launch REVOLT Media & TV as Social Media and Editorial Director.
Mitchell is currently a Forbes columnist covering disruptive entrepreneurs and startups. His Get Paid To Be Yourself series profiles dynamic creators and entrepreneurs who’ve built multifaceted businesses rooted in who they are. Before highlighting entrepreneurs, his Forbes column The Code covered the biggest names and news across music, media and entertainment. Mitchell also spent over a year adding perspective to various topics as a columnist for HuffPost Black Voices.
In 2016, LinkedIn ranked Mitchell No. 9 on their list of Top Voices in Media, citing him as one of the must-know writers shaping culture. In the same year, Mitchell was tapped by Complex Networks to launch Complex Hustle, the networks first video channel for entrepreneurs.
Mitchell carries years of experience as an instructor for MediaBistro, and has been a speaker at Social Media Week, CultureCon, MegaFest, A3C, Tech808, Broccoli City Fest, Brooklyn Hip Hop Fest, CORE Crenshaw, UCLA, USC, and NBC Universal among others.