Brady Mitchell is in his 15th year as a Career and Technical Education professional. He began his educational career with the Peoria Unified School District as an automotive technology instructor from 2006-2015. Following his tenure as a teacher at Centennial High School and Peoria High School, he served as the automotive technology instructor for West-MEC from 2015-2017. He currently serves as a curriculum and instruction specialist with West-MEC and has served in this capacity since 2017. Brady received an associate degree in automotive science from Glendale Community College and is currently enrolled at Northern Arizona University completing his Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in CTE. Brady is an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) master automobile technician and a National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) master trainer. Brady previously served the Arizona Technology and Industrial Education Association (ATIEA) as board president, and currently serves on the executive board for the Association for Career and Technical Education of Arizona (ACTEAZ) as the member-at-large. When he is not working, he can be found camping in the high country, coaching his kid’s sports teams, playing guitar, and working on various car and home projects.