Cody Mitchell graduated from the University of New England, Australia (2021), with a Bachelor of Arts in History, Ancient History and Political and International Studies. He was the 2019 winner of the James Dolan Memorial Prize in History and graduated as a Vice Chancellor’s Scholar. In 2021, he was awarded a fellowship at the Lachlan Macquarie Institute, taking part in its Leadership and Civil Society Program. Cody currently serves as a media advisor to a South Australian senator.
In 2022, he studied postgraduate-level marketing and communications at Monash University. Cody is the founder and current managing editor of the blog, History’s Page, and an assistant editor of The Daily Declaration. A prolific author, his op-eds and articles have appeared on YourCommonwealth.org, The Good Sauce and The Daily Declaration. His historical research has been published in West Point Military Academy’s Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review (Vol. 12, 2022), and Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History (Vol. 12, Iss. 3, 2022).
From a young age, Cody has taken an interest in a broad range of fields—whether that be running an online business with his parents at age twelve to launching multiple YouTube channels and film projects at a young age. Cody is a classical pianist (Suzuki Method) and holds Certificates IV’s in Science and Liberal Arts and a Diploma in Musical Theatre. He is a member of the Moree Baptist Church.