Mitch Roschelle
U.S. National Practice Leader, PwC’s Real Estate Advisory Practice

Mitch is the U.S. National Practice Leader for PwC’s Real Estate Advisory Practice. A co-founder of this practice, Mitch has over 30 years of experience serving a wide variety of real estate investors and is responsible for assisting clients worldwide with their investment activities. He is a key advisor in matters dealing with real estate acquisition, development and disposition, restructurings and the securitization of real estate assets.

Mitch is an active participant in community service and is deeply committed to youth education and financial literacy. He leads PwC's Earn Your Future, a five-year $160 million commitment to youth education, in the New York City area and has been active in Project Belize, PwC’s innovative program to teach financial literacy in Belize.

Mitch serves on the executive committee of the Board of Trustees of the PwC Charitable Foundation and serves as chairperson of PwC’s People Who Care Fund, a source of humanitarian relief and recourse to employees and their families in times of need. In January, the PwC Charitable Foundation underwrote the publishing of Your $, Financial Literacy for Kids, a monthly supplement to the TIME For Kids magazine.

He also serves as a board member for PENCIL, a New York-based nonprofit dedicated to improving public school education, and Venture for America, a nonprofit focused on revitalizing American cities and communities through entrepreneurship. He is an advisor to several New York City schools, including Metropolitan Lighthouse Charter School (Bronx), PS 22 (Staten Island) and PS 18 (Bronx), and serves as a guest speaker and strategic advisor on financial literacy to the Arch Diocese of New York Schools and the United Federation of Teachers.

Mitch received his B.S. in accounting from Bentley University in Waltham, Ma. He is a certified public accountant in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Florida.