Mitchell Baker graduated with a B.A. in Asian Studies from UC Berkeley, and accomplished her JD from the Boalt Hall School of Law. For some time, she was with Sun Microsystems and Netscape. Since 1999, she has been the general manager of the Mozilla project. She founded the non-profit organization, Mozilla Foundation in 2003. The year 2005 saw Mitchell Baker leading the creation of Mozilla Corp.; she functioned as its CEO until January 2008. Today, she is the Chairman of the Mozilla Foundation where she focuses her energy on openness and innovation of the Internet.

Mitchell Baker regularly updated weblog.

Mitchell Baker’s role as Chief Lizard Wrangler is defined in the Mozilla webpage.

Mitchell Baker also sat as a board member of the Open Source Application Foundation, where she supervised the organization’s Community and Partner Relations.

Mitchell Baker who shares her thoughts on the browser wars, the goals of Mozilla and the career path she had chosen.

In a series of questions and answers, Mitchell Baker talks to APC about the future of Firefox.

Entrepreneurial Online Resource explores the Firefox Paradox with Mitchell Baker and finds out why a non-profit organization with free products and volunteers remains one of the hottest American tech companies.

The Economist published an article on Mitchell Baker and on how Firefox has been a success in aggressively taking away users from Internet Explorer.

In an anniversary interview to commemorate Mozilla’s 10 years of development, Jack Schofield of The Guardian speaks with Mitchell Baker about the company she has built and the future she predicts for the industry.

McKinsey Quarterly interviewed Mitchell Baker on the strategic business model that Mozilla used as an effectively participatory and collaborative organization.

The annual Time 100 listed Mitchell Baker under the Scientists & Thinkers category for 2005.