As founder of strategic Research + Design firm, Sutika Sipus, Mitchell regularly advises city governments and oversees an interdisciplinary team to design processes for radical urban transformation. Previous works have included crime reduction, economic development, large-scale mapping and data collection in dangerous environments, organizational design and strategy, and refugee camp upgrading.
Conflict Cities, Urbanism, Refugee Camps and Forced Migration, Transition Management, Social Robotics, Data Anthropology, Hybrid Infrastructures and Information Systems
Advising and Strategy on Systems Solutions for Conflict Stabilization, Urban Development, and Humanitarian Effectiveness, Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Service Design, Participatory Research and Design, UX and Human Factors Research for Human Computer Interaction (HCI), GIS data creation and data science, product usability testing, organizational modeling, social network analysis, wire framing and rapid prototyping,
Selected Previous Clients:
UNHCR (Multiple Locations), Syria Research and Evaluation Unit (Syria), The City of Mogadishu and Benaadir State (Somalia), Spatial Networks (Horn of Africa), City of Kabul, USIAD, US Institute of Peace, Center for Conflict And Peace Studies, Eureka (Afghanistan)