Over the last 25 years, Mitchell S. Muncy has been co-founder or executive director of five mission-driven start-ups, for-profit and non-profit, spanning domestic and foreign policy, academia and the media, faith-based and secular organizations.
Before founding PROSPERA, he was executive director of Humanum; founding executive director of the Alexander Hamilton Society; chief operating officer of the Institute for American Values; and executive vice president of Spence Publishing, where he founded and directed its communications division, Spence Media.
A graduate of Princeton University and the University of Dallas, he is a member of the board of directors of the American Public Philosophy Institute and previously served on the board of directors and executive committee of the Independent Book Publishers Association and the board of visitors of The Fund for American Studies’ international programs.
“I worked closely with Mitch for 12 years and felt like I learned something from him every day. I'd put him in charge of anything. He's astonishingly insightful, analytical, and rigorous. If there are plans to make or problems to solve, there's no one better.”
President and Publisher,
“I worked with Mitchell for more than a decade through my service on two non-profit boards, and I saw first-hand how his keen insight into strategy and management advanced good causes. His common sense, deep experience, sound judgment, and high integrity combine to add real value to any group in which he is engaged.”
Michael C. Maibach
Business Council (2003-2012)
Vice President, Global Government Affairs,
Intel Corporation (1983-2001)
“As a seasoned corporate executive with over a decade of experience on non-profit boards, I can attest that Mitchell brings the rare combination of operating insight and strategic vision to his work with non-profits.”
Scott M. Hamberger
CEO & President, Integrus Holdings, Inc.