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Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Keeley Mitchell

Assistant Professor
Business, Computing & Social Science

Contact Information

901 South Media Line Road
Media, PA 19063-1094
Room Number: 3319
Phone: (610) 359-5261

Contact Faculty

Keeley Mitchell joined the Business faculty in 2019, where she teaches Introduction to Business, Business Communications, Principles of Management and the Legal Environment of Business. She also teaches Constitutional Law in the Political Science Department and Real Estate Law in the Paralegal Studies Department. Prior to joining the Business faculty, Keeley was the Director of Paralegal Studies at Delaware County Community College. Before coming to the DCCC, Keeley ran her own consulting firm, Zi Living, which specialized in providing legal and business advisory services to yoga and wellness businesses. Keeley is the former Director of Public Interest and Government Relations at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she cultivated partnerships with some of the country’s leading employers. At Pitt Law, she successfully pioneered new programs, raised morale, and increased recruiting efforts. As the Vice President of SouthSearch, a national legal recruiting firm, she expanded the recruiting firm’s presence by successfully opening and managing its Raleigh, NC office. Keeley spent the first twelve years of her career practicing corporate and real estate law for at some of the most prominent law firms in the country.


  • Bachelor of Arts, New York University
  • Juris Doctor, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Master of Business Administration, The Pennsylvania State University

Academic Biography

Keeley attended New York University, where she double majored in psychology and political science. She earned her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, and she recently earned her MBA from The Pennsylvania State University.