William Mitchell is a devoted husband and a proud father of 2 beautiful young girls. He currently works for Toyota Motors North America in finished vehicle logistics also known as Toyota Logistics Services (TLS). Within TLS William serves as a Business Controls and Planning Senior Analyst where he helps to develop and implement strategic initiatives for the organization and puts in place controls for monitoring and assessing the organizations performance.
Over the years William has been an active participant in various volunteer organizations in the many places he has lived throughout the country. While in school in Tallahassee, FL as a member of Omega Psi Phi Incorporated he participated and lead several local youth mentoring initiatives in addition to participating in Best Buddies and Adopt-a-Grandparent where he served as an events coordinator and recruitment chair respectively. During his time in Boston William participated in the Raytheon Mentorship Program where he taught local high school students invaluable lessons in how to navigate Corporate America, help them fill out college applications, and provided general guidance on how to balance school, work, and social responsibilities.
While helping to recruit and coordinate events for the Young Men's Success Series in Roxbury, MA William exposed the young men in the Boston Metro area to new experiences by volunteering his time to take the youth to museums, college tours, and field trips to different organizations to learn about the various industries they could potentially join right in the city they grew up in.
Upon coming home to the DFW area where he grew up, William has participated in the Toyota4Good campaign where he actively participates in Toyota's efforts to give back to the community through the Special Olympics. He also works with Toyota on various mentoring opportunities with the youth throughout the metroplex. William is helping drive and initiative at Toyota to give people of color the skills and opportunities necessary to help break into Toyota and Corporate America in general and be successful.