Reinvention is the key to success in these volatile times–and Pamela Mitchell holds the key to reinvention!

As the go-to career reinvention expert for top media outlets including CNN, NPR, The Today Show and The New York Times, TRI Founder & CEO Pamela Mitchell’s knowledgeable, warm and practical advice is in demand. Author of The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention: Essential Survival Skills for Any Economy (a Harvard Business Review Top Shelf Recommended pick), she’s recognized as one of the country’s leading thought-leaders on the topic.

An experienced media personality who thinks on her feet, Ms. Mitchell offers the same honest, on-point and useful counsel to viewers and readers as she does to clients and students who are navigating the practical and emotional challenges of career reinvention.

Media Kit
Download Pamela’s media kit here or call 800.928.1874 to schedule her for an interview or appearance.


Today Show:

Pamela Mitchell- Today Show appearance w/ Sarah Brokaw- Oct 18 2011
Reinvention Tips for Small Businesses- MSNBC
How to Reinvent Your Career – CNN
Media Reel:
Pamela Mitchell – Founder & CEO, The Reinvention Institute – Media Reel

As Seen In

The New York Times
Creative Options for Young and Old
February 11, 2013
“We must cease viewing the labor market as a zero-sum proposition where keeping 50- and 60-year-olds means locking 20-somethings out.”
Tips for Jumpstarting Your Career
October 24, 2012
“The life you want to live is just outside your comfort zone!”
Essence Magazine
Career Makeover Series
April – December 2012
“When you have to convince someone your background is what they need, you need time to pull your story together,’ says Mitchell. ‘It can take a few months to come up with the right pitch.”
The New York Times
“The Big Switch, One Step at a Time”
June 2011
“In order stay competitive, companies today have to be able to reinvent themselves,” says Pamela Mitchell, founder and CEO of The Reinvention Institute…. Reinvention isn’t a philosophy– it’s a form of business insurance.”
Parade Magazine
How to Write a Letter of Recommendation
April 2011
“Pamela Mitchell, author of The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention, on how to compose a letter that will land someone a job.”
Fortune Magazine
The Queen of Reinvention
February 2011
“The Queen of Reinvention”
Success Magazine
Reinventing a Business
August 2010
“In order stay competitive, companies today have to be able to reinvent themselves,” says Pamela Mitchell, founder and CEO of The Reinvention Institute…. Reinvention isn’t a philosophy– it’s a form of business insurance.”
Reader’s Digest
How to Find Anything-A Way to Work for Yourself
March, 2010
The easiest way to become an entrepreneur is to become a consultant… Pamela Mitchell, president of the Reinvention Institute in Miami, suggests offering your services free of charge to a nonprofit in order to build your resume and contacts.
National Public Radio’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook
Life After Layoffs Radio Program
January 21, 2010
Featuring special guest Pamela Mitchell.
The Dallas Morning News
Business Book Reviews: The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention
January 11, 2010
“Mitchell’s advice is spot on.”
New York Post
The Commitments: Your Career Resolutions for 2010
January 4, 2010
“Launch a career reinvention. Look at careers outside of your current one and try to create a path to that.”
Harvard Business Review
Recommended Top Shelf: Reinvention
January – February 2010
“Pamela Mitchell, CEO of The Reinvention Insititute, expertly pairs personal stories of career 180s with practical advice for how you, too, can veer off course — and still be OK. She doesn’t promise it’ll be easy, but of all the useful tools she offers, her honesty is the best.”
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
Special Report: How to Switch Careers
January 2010
“The key to success in the 21st-century job market is to reinvent yourself’ says Pamela Mitchell, author of The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention.”
Good Housekeeping
Is it Time to Switch Careers?
October 2009
“If you thought you’d stay in your current job until retirement, think again,’ says Pamela Mitchell, founder of The Reinvention Institute, a company that offers coaching and courses to those looking for new career paths.”
MensHealth Men’s Health
You Inc.
August 2009
“Be sure to talk to franchisees both in and outside your area. Those nearby may consider you competition and may not provide completely honest feedback,’ says Pamela Mitchell, CEO of the Reinvention Institute, a career transformation company based in Miami.”
Creating the Me I want to Be
May 2009
“I firmly believe reinvention should be habitual, if we’re to keep our lives relevant to our personal evolution,’ says Pamela Mitchell of the US-based Reinvention Institute.”
Reinventing Careers
July 2008
“Pamela Mitchell is an expert in the world of career change….”
The Wall Street Journal
Tap Existing Skills, Old Ties When Changing Your Career
April 8, 2008
“A career reinvention takes an average of three to five years to complete, sayhs Pamela Mitchell, founder and chief executive of the Reinvention Institute, a coaching and consulting firm in Miami.”
The Today Show
Starting a New Career That Gives Back>
October 26, 2007
“TODAY anchor Meredith Vieira interviews TRI Founder & CEO Pamela Mitchell on how people can reinvent their career to give back.”
MORE magazine
Real-life Reinventions
April 2008
“Although there are at least 1,300 career coaches nationwide — and countless books on career change — Mitchell is among a handful who are pioneering a new spin on the concept: lifestyle reinvention.'”
Black Enterprise magazine
The Rules of Reinvention
January 2007
“Offered by (T)he…Reinvention Institute, led by CEO and Chief Vision Officer Pamela Mitchell, the Reinvention BootCamp:Career seminar helps individuals zone in on their career transformation.”
December 2015
“Shaking up your life—even in a small way—is scary, but reinvention requires that you leave the confines of your comfort zone. Here are eight easy, fresh ways to push your life or career to the next level.”
February 2013
“Boomers have been stuck in limbo ever since the financial crisis where they are too young to retire, yet too old to start over. However, Pamela Mitchell believes that they can absolutely reinvent themselves.”
Real Simple

“With help from Jodi R.R. Smith, founder of Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting and author of From Clueless to Class Act and Pamela Mitchell, life coach and founder of The Reinvention Institute, van Ogtrop learns more about “the red zone”—when control turns into close-mindedness.”

Live Happy
September 2015
“Raised in Milwaukee, the first in her family to attend college, Pamela fulfilled an early dream by landing a job on Wall Street. Almost right away, she realized the job wasn’t a good fit, but she stuck it out. “I was taught to get an education, get a good job at a company and stay there,” Pamela says. “Nothing about finding purpose or even happiness.”
Bloomberg Businessweek
July 2008
“Pamela Mitchell is an expert in the world of career change. She’s founder and CEO of the Reinvention Institute, an organization that provides coaching, products, and a community that helps successful professionals transform their careers.”
Wells Fargo
January 2013
“Reinvention is also a circle of giving; we give it time, attention and effort, and in return we hope to receive what we consider to be the best present of all: the accomplishment of our goal. But something I’ve learned in doing this work is that although it is thrilling to land the job you want, it too is a fleeting pleasure. “
January 2011
“In “The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention,” Pamela Mitchell shows you how your knowledge, experience, and skill sets can be adapted to a wide spectrum of industries and jobs, and provides the tools to help you navigate the full art of career change. “
Time Inc.
Johnson & Johnson

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