Andrew Mitchell & Co. Leadership Team

Skip Foley, Founder & GM, Ph: 978-341-5201

33 Bradford St., The Wheelhouse, Concord MA 01742

Skip is the founder of Andrew Mitchell & Company. He envisioned it's business model and philosophies. Skip is focused on expansion and sustainability strategies statewide, including urban, metro and suburban territories. He began Real Estate in the trenches as a sales associate, then a regional office manager and most recently the vice president of sales overseeing 15 offices and approximately 400 agents. Skip draws on this depth of experience to lead our daily operations.

Away from Andrew Mitchell & Company Skip is a passionate cyclist. He still competes and believes the cycling lifestyle leads to a healthier, happier, fitter and more productive life. He has twice been ranked the top ameteur Crit cyclist in the Nation, was a two time All American and has won 3 National Championships.

Jim Tomlinson, Co-Founder & COO, Ph: 978-341-5202

35 Forest Ridge Road, Suite 140, Concord MA 01742

Jim brings a depth of skills and experience to Andrew Mitchell & Company. His professional career includes management consulting for Fortune 500 clients, commercial banking operations management at Bankers Trust (NY), international apparel operations management at Adidas America and Reebok, and, most recently, the management and development of all international markets for the Life is good® brand.

Jim’s experience across various industries, his analytical strengths and his knowledge of systems development and implementation, bring a unique perspective to residential real estate brokerage. Jim now plays a pivotal role in managing and developing our business processes, systems and technologies.

Laura Kingsbury, Administrative Coordinator, Ph: 978-341-5203

33 Bradford St., The Wheelhouse, Concord MA 01742

Laura’s credentials, experience and positive attitude have proven invaluable to our team. After graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor’s in journalism, playing a senior role as editor in chief for the biweekly publication The Penn, and publishing more than 100 articles in three different newspapers, Laura went on to obtain her MA Real Estate Salesperson License. Most recently, she worked for a large property evaluation company as a property analyst. She understands our industry and holds high standards for herself and others.