Vincent Mitchell’s talents as a writer, a strategist, and an incorrigible goofball all contribute to his work as Content Creator for FRQNCY's Content Strategy team. Before joining the FRQNCY Fam, Vincent led operations and strategy for the Atlanta-based concept store Quick Quick. It’s easy to get a sense of the rest of his story though his relationship to sound. Growing up in Alabama, he listened to funk, gospel, metal, and acid techno (s/o rave scenes in 90’s action movies). In high school, he started using his voice to communicate ideas as an orator and debater. Later, in college, he taught New Haven high school students to do the same with their voices as the head of the Yale Radio Internship. He also founded the Yale Freestyle Collective so he could rap with his friends, then later joined Atlanta’s Soul Food Cypher for the same reason. It has all given him a deep reverence for the powers of sound, storytelling, and the human voice that he hopes to translate into his work with FRQNCY.
FRQNCY Superpower:Minimally disruptive quips on team calls
Favorite Podcast Format:Can't pick
“On Being” or “Freakonomics,” depending on the episode