Advisory Board Member
Tim Mitrovich '99 is the CEO and chief investment officer of TEN Capital where his primary responsibility is designing the firm's vision for delivering an industry leading client experience. TEN Capital's reputation is quickly growing as a thought leader in combining technology, media and industry partnerships to engage and empower its clients and build wealth, utilizing top strategists from around the world.
He began his career in the investment industry over twenty years ago and immediately found he had a passion and aptitude for analyzing markets, designing portfolios and, perhaps more importantly, helping clients understand how that work connected to their unique goals.
Mitrovich graduated from Whitworth University with a bachelor's degree in political science and economics. He also played quarterback on the football team and became a Rhodes scholar finalist. In 2003, Mitrovich graduated from the University of Washington School of Law where he served as the associate editor-in-chief of the Law Review.
After interning with the national law firms of Womble Carlyle in Raleigh, N.C., and Perkins Coie in Seattle, he chose to practice law in the mergers and acquisition group at Perkins Coie.
In 2005, Mitrovich returned to the investment industry as a regional broker dealer where he developed and grew the firm's investment advisory business. Over time, interest grew from other advisors, both inside and outside the firm, to be a part of Mitrovich's vision for the future of wealth management.