Wynter Mitchell is a digital strategist, writer and podcaster with two decades of experience working in the entertainment industry. She has spent much of her professional life interacting productively with various tiers of the entertainment community.

Since striking out on her own, she has contributed her experience and foresight to campaigns and strategies for everyone from Marsai Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, Lena Dunham, Margaret Cho, Aerosmith, Universal, Netflix, HBO, STX as well as Joss Whedon’s Hillary Clinton SuperPAC, Save The Day. 

She started her career at the ambitious age of 16, working for IGN as a reporter covering politics and culture before landing a coveted role as a production coordinator, producing digital trends and news segments for TechTV in 2000.

She has climbed every rung in the entertainment business working for the William Morris Agency, DIRECTV, Fox, Us Weekly, OK!, and Spinmedia.  Starting Pablo Jobs (named in honor of the two innovators that inspires her most, Pablo Picasso and Steve Jobs) she aims to work with talent and influencers to create their ideal digital branding and vision to be executed on their most valued social platforms. 

She has been featured in Cosmopolitan, The Independent, San Francisco Chronicle, and Variety among other publications for her expertise and commentary on the shifts of pop culture in the digital age.