- Founder and Principal, FDM Consulting, LLC
PhD, Health Promotion and Curriculum and Instrucion, University of New Orleans
MS, Therapeutic Recreation, Southern University Baton Rouge
BA, Psychology, University of Louisiana Monroe
Flint D. Mitchell, Ph.D. is an educator and facilitator with a passion for advancing equity and social justice through thought-leadership and systems change. Through his professional and creative work, he seeks to change the narrative that exists regarding people of color while also changing hearts and minds.
He is the founder and principal consultant of FDM Consulting, LLC. The consultancy provides program design, implementation, and evaluation services through a multicultural competence lens. Dr. Mitchell has personal experience developing logic models, leading needs assessments, and translating needs into action. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate Public Health Program at Tulane University, and Program Faculty in the School of Professional Advancement, Master of Public Administration Program. Dr. Mitchell currently teaches Public Health Program Implementation and Management; Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Public Sector; and Evaluation and Outcomes Management. He has nearly 25 years of combined health and education experience in the philanthropic/nonprofit, public, and private sectors.
Dr. Mitchell earned his Ph.D. in Health Promotion and Curriculum and Instruction. He has completed fellowships with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in its Community Leadership Network (CLN). The CLN Fellowship targeted individuals who could be transformative social change agents and focused on the Foundation’s two embedded approaches: racial equity/healing and community/civic engagement. Dr. Mitchell’s CLN capstone project was creating The Other Black History—a stage play that teaches racial justice via a history lesson on slavery, Jim Crow, Reconstruction, and the Civil Rights Movement.