Mitchel Karam joined Emergent Method in 2021 with over 10 years of finance-related experience. As a manager, Mitch is primarily focused within the firm’s private sector consulting business where he provides financial analysis, strategy, and management consulting services for the firm’s clients.
Mitch previously worked for Cresta Fund Management where he concentrated on financial analysis, corporate planning efforts, and investment valuations. Prior to joining Cresta Fund Management, he worked for Ocelot Energy Management, a Cresta portfolio company, where he was responsible for planning efforts and related financial analysis. Mitch has also worked for EXCO Resources in corporate finance and at Chevron Corporation, where he had finance roles in upstream, midstream, and downstream business units in the U.S. and Canada. He began his career in consulting services at J. Taylor & Associates in Fort Worth, Texas.
Mitch earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the E. J. Ourso College of Business at Louisiana State University and is a graduate of the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University, where he earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and specializations in Energy and International Business. At Tulane, Mitch was honored as a Morton A. Aldrich Fellow and Burkenroad Leader’s Scholar. He currently serves as a class representative on the Freeman 50.