Kevonte M. Mitchell
Kevonte is an Advisor in the Home Affairs, Security and International Development team at BIT, working predominantly on criminal justice and organisational behaviour. In addition to his role at BIT, he is pursuing a PhD in Cognitive Psychology at Brooklyn College, where his research focuses on how people unconsciously use readily accessible information to make judgments and decisions. Kevonte holds a bachelor’s degree in International Studies and French from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and master’s degrees in Experimental Psychology and the Philosophy of Cognition, Brain and Behaviour from Brooklyn College. Before his graduate studies, he spent four years working as a Public Relations associate for financial an professional services clients in New York City.