Get to Know Mitchell D. Weiss
Mitchell D. Weiss is an experienced financial services industry executive and entrepreneur. He's owned and run commercial finance companies, and has served as an executive officer at several banks. Since 2008, he's led a management consulting practice, advising banks, private equity firms and small to mid-size businesses.
Mitch is also adjunct professor of finance at the University of Hartford, where he teaches "Entrepreneurial and Small Business Finance" and "Personal Financial Management," a financial literacy curriculum he and a colleague developed for the undergraduates. He's a board member of its Barney School of Business and co-founder of the university's Center for Personal Financial Responsibility.
In addition, Mitch is the author of Life Happens - A Practical Guide to Personal Finance from College to Career, an accompanying workbook, and a text that corresponds with his online course. He is also the author of College Happens - A Practical Handbook for Parents and Students. His fourth book, Business Happens - A Practical Guide to Corporate Finance for Small Businesses and Professional Practices, is drawn from his professional experience and the entrepreneurial finance course he also teaches. It will be available in 2013.