Originally from Los Angeles, Mick has lived and worked in New York City since he received a B.A. in History from Pitzer College in 2013. He has worked as a Researcher and Data Manager for Berger Hirschberg Strategies (BHS), a boutique political and non-profit consulting firm. Recent clients include Governor Jay Inslee, Senator Jeane Shaheen, Lauren Underwood for Congress, Disability Action for America (DAA), Crossroads Israel, and Women’s Refugee Committee (WRC). Mick has been civically and politically involved since childhood and serves on the board of Lion Guardians, a Kenyan conservation group led by two women Ph.D. conservation biologists, as well as the National Advisory Board (NAB) of the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), and is a member of The Rosenthal Family, one of the two Family Foundations which underwrites the AFTA Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts & Public Policy and has done so since the very beginning.
Most recently as of 2020, Mick has been involved in an ongoing project to increase Voter Accessibility & Civic Participation amongst People With Disabilities through a Voter Information App he assisted in building called Brink Election Guide.